The models of inscriptions of the garden were created by the Shahriar Tandis and Peykare International Company (STPIC).
Negarestan Garden in the age of Qajar Dynasty had been turned into a school for fine industries and was effective in revival and promulgation of arts such as painting, sculpturing, etc.
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.
White Place as a locale dedicated to administrative affairs and formal receptions, served as the summer residence of the Shah and his consort, Farah.
Sahebqaranieh is most interesting for the insight it affords into the Shah's daily life. Rooms include a basement tea house, private dental surgery and a bar decorated with Shirazi painted beams.
Construction of general post office building, which is a two-floor building with a basement floor, follows a composite German and Persian architecture.
The museum of wildlife and nature was established by Tehran City Hall in 1988 in order to familiarize people with the cultural and natural legacy and help them realize the importance of protecting the environment and animals.
There is nothing subtle about the Iran Ebrat Museum, a one-time prison of the shah`s brutal secret police that now exhibits that brutality with an equal measure of prorevolution propaganda.
Housed in a beautiful Qajar-era building a short walk north of the National Museum of Iran, the Glass & Ceramics Museum is, like many of its exhibits, small but perfectly formed.
Tucked away on a shady lane in the Zafaranieh district of North Tehran stands a wedding cake of a mansion, painted blue with intricate white trim. Once the home of Hossein Khodadad, a wealthy merchant who made a fortune in shipping and textiles, the estate is now a museum dedicated to that most elusive of subjects: time.
Fat'Abad Garden is one of the most beautiful Iranian gardens and is one of the most interesting tourist attractions in Kerman.
Prince Mahan Garden is one of the most well-known works of UNESCO in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Ismail Khan Garden, also known as the garden house of Mohammad Esmaeil Khan Noori, is one of the attractions of historical tourism around the Jupar of Kerman province, dating back to the Qajar period.
Harandi Garden of Kerman, located at the beginning of Ferdowsi Avenue, is one of the buildings of Qajar era in this city. .
The Zoroastrian Museum and Fire Temple is, in fact, the only Museum of Zoroastrian Anthropology in the world that displays the ear of ancient Zoroastrian history.
The ancient hills along the Jiroft River is one of the most historic and most visited tourist destinations in the south of Kerman, where many tourists visit Jiroft for visiting these ancient regions annually.
Tel Iblis is located in Bardsir plain 80 km southwest of Kerman city. The ancient temple of Tel Avlis is formed in seven layers.
: Sohreh-e-Sayyid, 200 meters high around Sirjan, which is called the castle of stone, has been in the past for itself a serpent, but now there is nothing left but a ruin, and the history of the city has been rocked to a time-wise Harun al-Rashid and the Parthians.
About 6 km northwest of Tang-Anjiro and about 34 km of Sirjan, there is a hill with hard stones called 'Tel Bronjō'.
: Yasouj Museum, with its works and evidence, is shining with the culture of this part of the Iranian border and canopy like Neghini in the heart of Dena's uprisings.
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