Iran Archaeological Museum
The Archaeological Museum of Iran (also known as the National Museum), located in Tehran, the capital of Iran, is the first scientific museum in the country and houses artifacts found starting from the sixth millennium BC. C. until the Islamic period. This structure was built between 1935 and 1937, under the direction of André Godard. The National museum is made up of two separate buildings. On the first floor of the old building there are prehistoric finds, archaeological finds and a library, while the second floor has a conference room and a room reserved for temporary exhibitions. The section dedicated to the Islamic period is located in the new white building, adjacent to the old one.