Via Si-e Tir

Via Si-e Tir

Si-e Tir is an ancient and famous street in the center of Tehran (region of the same name). Its name means 30 tir (formerly qavām al soltaneh) and derives from the insurrection that took place on the 30 of the month Tir 1331 of the solar Hijra; for the fact that here coexist places and temples related to different religious faiths of Iran such as the Evangelical Church (Peter the Apostle), the Haym synagogue and the temple of fire Zoroastrian Āderyān, it is known as the way of religions.

Here there are also other important places and buildings such as: the national museum of Iran, that of glass and ceramics, the museum of sciences and technology, the foundation of the Fārābi cinema, the technical school of Tehrān that have made this street still more important and interesting, and with its historical context and the beautiful cobblestone next to a great variety of food and street cafes it has become one of the tourist attractions of the city of Tehrān.

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