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  • Gurdwara Sahib

    Gurdwara Sahib is a Sikhi Temple located in Tehran.

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  • Abkar Miniatures Museum

    Abkar Miniatures Museum opened in 1994 in Saadabad in the former residence of Leila Pahlavi. It houses a collection of miniature paintings by Clara Abkar (1915-1996).

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  • Wall of Rey

    Wall of Rey is a 6,000-year-old structure, which dates back to the Median era (678 -549 BC). Only three kilometers of this defensive wall, which encircled the entire city during the Parthian era (247 BC–224 AD), remains today.

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  • Tower of Silence (Gebri Crypt)

    The Tower of Silence in Rey is where Zoroastrians exposed the corpses of their dead to the sun. This six-meter high structure is made of stone and mortar and dates back to the first millennium BC.

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  • Takht-e-Rostam

    Takht -e- Rostam (Rostam’s Throne) is a volcanic rock cliff and the ruins of a Sassanid era (224-651 CE) Zoroastrian fire temple located 80 km southwest of Tehran near Shahryar county.

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  • Rashkan Castle

    Rashkan Castle is an Arsacid Era (247 BC–224 CE) structure intended to hold the city of Rey.

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  • Haroun Al Rashid Prison

    Haroun Prison or the Harun al-Rashid prison in Rey is a cuboid structure made of stone and stucco, which dates back to the Buyid dynasty (934-1062).

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  • Emarat Badgir

    The 26-meter tall Emarat-e Badgir (wind tower monument) is located in the eastern part of the compound of Tehran's Golestan Palace, once the Qajar royal complex. The tower, elaborately decorated with blue, yellow and black tiles, is built on top of a lavabo (howz khaneh).

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  • Bahram Fire Temple or Mill Hill

    Bahram Fire Temple or Mil Hill in Rey is the ruins of a Sassanid (226-651 CE) fire temple.

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  • Adorian Fire Temple

    Adorian Fire Temple is a Zoroastrian Fire Temple in Tehran wich built during the Qajar era (1785–1925).

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  • Chamran House museum

    in July 2008 and simultaneously with the martyrdom anniversary of Mostafa Chamran, the house museum of Chamran was opened.

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  • Haroun Al Rashid Prison

    Haroun Prison or the Harun al-Rashid prison in Rey is a cuboid structure made of stone and stucco, which dates back to the Buyid dynasty (934-1062).

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  • Motahhari House museum

    the house of Martyr Morteza Motahhari was turned into a museum. Professor Motahhari resided in that house since 1346 and wrote most of his works in that house.

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  • Sa`d Abad Museum Complex

    The Saadabad Palace 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.

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  • Rashkan Castle

    Rashkan Castle is an Arsacid Era (247 BC–224 CE) structure intended to hold the city of Rey.

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  • Shohada Museum

    Diagonally opposite the US Den of Espionage is the Shohada Museum, which has rolling exhibitions of photographs, usually from the Iran–Iraq War or the 1979 revolution.

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  • Arbab Hormoz House

    The Arbab Hormoz House, a building in Tehran which belonged to a Zoroastrian during the Qajar era, has been recently converted into the Graphics Museum of Iran.

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  • The History Museum

    Items displayed in the History Museum pertain to the contemporary history of Iran (the last 200 years) and include dishes and personal belongings of Nasereddin Shah, Kamal-Almolk, etc.

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  • Green Palace (Sabz Palace)

    At the uphill end of the complex, the classical-looking Green Palace was built at the end of the Qajar era and extensively remodelled by the Pahlavis.

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  • Emarat Badgir

    The 26-meter tall Emarat-e Badgir (wind tower monument) is located in the eastern part of the compound of Tehran's Golestan Palace, once the Qajar royal complex. The tower, elaborately decorated with blue, yellow and black tiles, is built on top of a lavabo (howz khaneh).

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