18 Sights in Tehran, Iran (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Tehran, Iran. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 18 sights are available in Tehran, Iran.

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1. کنیسه یوسف‌آباد

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کنیسه یوسف‌آباد Orijentolog / Attribution

The Yusef Abad Synagogue is one of the largest synagogues in Tehran, Iran. The official name of the Yusef Abad Synagogue is Sukkot Shalom Synagogue. The original building that housed the synagogue was completed in the early 1950s. With the growth of the Jewish population of the capital especially in the Yusef Abad neighborhood, it was decided that a newer building was needed. With the help of local community leaders headed by Avraham Yusian, the construction of the new facade was completed in October 1965. The doors of the new synagogue were opened to the public on Rosh Hashanah 5726.

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2. بوستان لاله

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Laleh Park, which was called Farah Park before the Iranian Revolution, is one of the largest gardens in Tehran. The park was founded by Farah Pahlavi in the year 6 to Mohammad Reza Pahlavi. Previously, it was a military area used by the army for riding and parade, called the Jalaliyah Garden. The area is 2 hectares. There are different plant species in the park, the most important of which are sycamore, acacia and pine. Laleh Park is one of Tehran's beautiful, old and memorable parks located in the geographical area of the capital.

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3. بوستان ساعی

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بوستان ساعی Hossein Zohrevand / CC BY 4.0

Sai Park is a public garden in Tehran, located on Valisar Street in the 6th District of Tehran, covering an area of about 12 hectares. The park was planted there by engineer Karim Sai in 1324 and provided by the then Ministry of Agriculture. In the 1940s, the park eventually formed its original design idea and was built in 1342 under the design of Hussein Mahjubi. From 1342 to 1352, the design and construction process of the park continued.

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4. سردر باغ ملی

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The National Garden's headquarters is one of the monuments left over from the Qajar period, which was renovated by Hossein Ali Ibik Tehrani from 1 to 5 years and is now one of the symbols of Tehran. The building is located on the north side of Imam Khomeini Street, on the eastern side of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and on the west side of the Post and Telegraph Museum.

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5. امامزاده یحیی

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Imamzadeh Yahiya is a monument to Abul Qassim Iszuddin Yahiya in an alley of the same name located east and west of Ray and Syrus streets and north and south of Amirkabir, as of 15 June (as of 2010, the alley was located at Imirkabir and Amirkabir streets). The block is part of Tehran's Greater Adelayan district, which runs from Naserkhsero Street to Ray Street.

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6. موزه هنرهای معاصر تهران

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Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art,, also known as TMoCA, is among the largest art museums in Tehran and Iran. It has collections of more than 3,000 items that include 19th and 20th century's world-class European and American paintings, prints, drawings and sculptures. TMoCA also has one of the greatest collections of Iranian modern and contemporary art.

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7. کلیسای جامع سنت جوزف

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کلیسای جامع سنت جوزف Christian World / CC BY 2.0

St. Joseph's Cathedral, also called the Chaldean Catholic cathedral of Tehran, is a Catholic Church building in Tehran, Iran, in which the Chaldean rite is followed. It is located north of Enqelab Street, Shahid Abbas Moussavi. It should not be confused with Tehran's Cathedral of the Consolata, nor with the Apostolic Armenian Saint Sarkis Cathedral.

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8. کلیسای کانسولاتا

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The Cathedral of the Consolata, also called the Roman Catholic Cathedral of Tehran, is a Catholic Church building in the city of Tehran, Iran, in which the Latin or Roman rite is followed. It is not to be confused with the Chaldean Catholic cathedral of Tehran, St. Joseph's Cathedral, where the Chaldean rite is followed.

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9. موزه رضا عباسی

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The Reza Abbasi Museum is a museum in Tehran, Iran. It is located in Seyed Khandan. The museum is named after Reza Abbasi, one of the artists in the Safavid period. The Reza Abbasi Museum is home to a unique collection of Persian art dating back to the second millennium BC, from both the pre-Islamic and Islamic eras.

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10. موزه صلح تهران

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The Tehran Peace Museum is a member of the International Network of Museums for Peace. The main objective of the museum is to promote a culture of peace through raising awareness about the devastating consequences of war, with a focus on the health and environmental impacts of chemical weapons.

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11. خانه تاریخی ظهیرالاسلام

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Zahiral-Islam is a Ghajar-era residence located near Baharestan Square in central Tehran. Doubtfully, this building has been listed in the national cultural relics list twice. This work was listed as an Iranian national work for the second time on June 22, 1396, with registration number 31096.

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12. بوستان اندیشه

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This garden is located in the district of Tehran Municipality, located in the Sayed Khan neighborhood, between Shariati and Suhrawardi streets. The area of this garden is more than 4,000 square meters. This garden with other names such as the Red Crescent , And the martyr is also known.

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13. پارک شهر

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پارک شهر xiquinhosilva / CC BY 2.0

City Park, with its 26 hectares, is an urban park located in the central Tehran, Iran. It is the first public park in Tehran. City Park surrounded by Fayaz Bakhsh Street from the north, Hafez Street from the west, Behesht Street from the south and Khayyam Street from the east.

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14. عمارت مسعودیه

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Masaudiyah is a Ghajar-era historic building on Baharestan Square in Tehran. It is located on 15,600 square meters of land, with an area of about 9,000 square meters. This work was listed as one of Iran's national works in 1377, with registration number 2190.

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15. شمس العماره

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Shams-ol-Emareh is one of Tehran’s historical buildings and a remnant of Qajar Dynasty. It is one of the most prominent buildings on the east side of Golestan Palace. It was built around 1830. It is notable for its height, decorations and design.

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16. موزه عمارت کلاه فرنگی عشرت آباد

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موزه عمارت کلاه فرنگی عشرت آباد نامعلومUnknown author / Public domain

It is located in Ashtabad Square in eastern Tehran, Ashtabad, Ashtabad, Ashtabad, Ashtabad, Ashtabad and Ashtabad in Ashtabad barracks. This work was listed as one of Iran's national works on April 23, 1346, with registration number 648.

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17. بوستان شفق

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"Aurora Park" is KamranDiba, Jamaluddin Asdabadi Street, Qanburi Shahid Alley (No. 19) in Tehran, connected on one side with Farahani Pur Street and on the other side with Unified Tehran Street in Yusufabad District.

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18. عکاسخانه و عمارت بادگیر

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The windmill is located in the Golestan Palace of Ark Square in Tehran. Between the years 1 and 2, it was built by Fath Ali Shah Qajar. Mozaffar al -Din Shah Qajar crowned in the Golestan Palace "Window Mansion".

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