Founded in 1916, the National Museum of Iran is the larger archaeological and historical museum in Iran. At present, the museum consists of two single buildings, one is the ancient Iranian museum opened in 1938. The highlight of the museum is a replica of the famous Khan Murabi Code, the original collection is now in Paris. The other is the Islamic History Museum, which opened in 1996. The exhibits include 13 parts related to Islamic history, cultural relics, stamps, coins, and research results related to Iranian art history.