Sa'd Abad historical-cultural complex

Sa'd Abad historical-cultural complex

The Sa'd Abad complex with 110 hectares extends to the foothills of the Tochal Mountains and the Darband Valley, is located north of the city of Tehrān and is one of the capital's major historical and tourist attractions. Reminiscent of the Qajari and Pahlavi, with numerous and incomparable museums in one place, it is a popular place for photography in Tehrān, to savor Iranian foods in the cafes and restaurants of this complex, an environment for pleasant walks, a place for a trip with family and friends, to visit precious and unparalleled treasures, to enjoy the Iranian and European architectural synthesis, etc. ... praise of the masterpiece of stone art, stucco work, murals in ancient Greek style , to admire the servants, the regal clothes and clothes of the different Iranian ethnic groups, the royal weapons, the medals and military awards, the works of contemporary and ancient Iranian artists, the water, irrigation and canal system in Iran, the various greenhouses etc .. once the summer residence of the kings of the qajara and pahlavi dynasty and with the passage of time it has expanded with the addition of several gardens and 18 small and large buildings with n different architectural styles that are currently used as museums or offices,
The Ja'far Ābād river flows between the palace courtyard and its gardens are irrigated with water from the Darband river and with 12 series of canals. This facility has 8 entry doors.
The museums of this complex are:

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