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Sa'dabad Palace- Saadabad Palace

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Sa'dabad Palace- Saadabad Palace

Postby Samaneh » Tue Aug 20, 2013 12:37 pm

Introduction: The Saadabad Palace (Persian: کاخ سعدآباد‎) is a palace built by the Pahlavi dynasty of Iran in the Shemiran area of Tehran and currently official residence of the President of Iran.

The complex was first inhabited by Qajar monarchs and royal family in the 19th century. After an expansion of the compounds, Reza Shah lived there in the 1920s. And his son, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi moved there in the 1970s.

After the Iranian Revolution, the complex became a museum. However, the current presidential palace is located adjacent to the Sa'dabad compound.
Currently, parts of the Saadabad Palace compound are museums, in which visitors can roam through and look at the rich history of Iran, and some parts of the compound are used by the Iranian Cultural Heritage Organization which is responsible for most of the artifacts, locations, and cultural aspects of Iran. Also, the palace named "Kakhe malakeye madar" nowadays belongs to the presidency organization, and hosts the president's foreign guests.

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Location: Tehran

Daily time visit: No permission at night

Requirements: -

Legal permission need: No

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Animal risk: -

Lost risk: -

Rescue: Yes, you can call 115

GSM Mobile Antenna: Yes

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Hotel: Yes

Shop: Yes

Gasoline: Yes

Village: Located in Tehran city

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How to get there:
1- Take a taxi to the museum


Nearest airport: Tehran airport

Nearest train station: Tehran station

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sa%27dabad_Palace
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Re: Sa'dabad Palace

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Re: Sa'dabad Palace

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Re: Sa'dabad Palace

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Re: Sa'dabad Palace

Postby Barbara J. Stephens » Tue Apr 22, 2014 7:38 am

Yeah i know properly about this complex.Its really awesome and very historical.Many tourists and history lover come to Sa'dabad Palace to enjoy its beauty and its monuments and old things and to collect informative stuff about this palace.I visited it in spring.The weather is very charming here but my friends told me in winter this palace is just like and dream palace.So i would like to go in winter for this time to Iran.
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Saadabad Palace Museum and Cultural and Histori- cal Compound

Postby Parvaneh » Mon Jun 09, 2014 11:32 am

he Saadabad Palace Museum was built on the slopes of Alborz, be- tween Tajrish Square and Darband, on the southern side of Darband Square. The current area of Saadabad is 400 hectares. It was built at the request of Reza Shah Pahlavi as a personal summer residence. In total, 14 palaces were built in the compound, the oldest of which is Shahvand Palace, and the largest is the White Palace. This location has 180 hectares of natural forests, fountains, orchards, greenhouses, etc. This place was converted into a museum after the Revolution. The palaces include: Ahmad-Shahi White Palace, Shahvand, Moham- mad Reza Shah Palace, Raj’at and Ebrat Palace (wife of Reza Shah), the visiting of which is open to the public only on the 22nd of Bahman, the anniversary of the victory of the Revolution.
Museums: Museum of Farshchian’s paintings, Omidvar Brothers Tour- ism, Behzad’s Miniatures, Abkar, Anthropology, Fine Arts, Nations,
Mir-Emad Calligraphy and Book.
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