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About Tehran

Iran as old as history itself inherits one of the most ancient civilizations of the planet. For many years, people from all over the world have traveled the historic trade route of Silk Road, marveling at the varied glory of the Persian Empire's great civilization. To visit Iran is a unique experience, the experience of lying in the cradle of a great culture and civilization. Boasting three millennia of recorded history, Iran enjoys a magnificent legacy of ruins and hallowed stonework. Persepolis and rare impressive edifices of Isfahan as well as the Air Traps of the central desert region are the hallmarks of the Iranian unique architecture. If you simply want to walk in the footsteps of some history's most outstanding figures, this antique land is blessed with some of the best.

Popular Attractions in Tehran

National Museum of Iran
4.4/5
119 Reviews
Museum
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.
Golestan Palace
4.5/5
84 Reviews
Palace
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
A lavish masterpiece from the Qajar era, the walled Palace is one one of the oldest groups of buildings in Teheran and was once the center of Qajari arts and architecture. Gardens, pools and rich ornamentation from the 19th century are among the Palace’s most characteristic features, integrating traditional Persian arts and crafts with more modern 18th century influences. The palace continues to serve as a source of inspiration for today's Iranian artists and architects.
National Jewelry Treasury
4.4/5
38 Reviews
Museum
The National Jewelry Museum is also known as the “National Treasure Hall” and is owned by the National Bank of Iran. There are a lot of jewels in the world, shining everywhere. The pavilion displays crowns, scepters and various other jewellery from different periods. Of course, in the center of the town, the treasure of the town hall is the world's 182-card pink diamond: "Sea of ​​Light". Above the sea of ​​light is the crown of the two kings of the father and son of the Pahlavi dynasty. Other items are also decorated with gemstones of various colors and are extremely luxurious.
Azadi Tower
4.3/5
116 Reviews
Modern Architecture
The Azadi Tower, formerly known as the Shahyad Tower, is a monument in the capital of Iran. It marks the west entrance to the city, and is one of the symbols of the city.

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Daily Buses from Yerevan to Tehran
3/5
1 Reviews
Available for Tomorrow Onwards
FromAU$81.90

Tehran Weather

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Today
28 Sep 2020
15 °
Dreary
15-28
Tomorrow
29 Sep 2020
14°
Mostly Cloudy to Showers
14-22
Wednesday
30 Sep 2020
15°
Poor Air Quality
15-23
Thursday
1 Oct 2020
17°
Poor Air Quality
17-25
Weather Forecast and Travel Tips for Tehran
Sep 28, 2020 Tehran Weather:Dreary, Northeasterly Wind:17-25 kph, Humidity:25%, Sunrise/Sunset:05:57/17:52
Tehran Driving:Suitable, Running:Good

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