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Golestan Palace

Arq Suquare, Tehran 11369, Iran
(+98) 21-33113335-8
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Must see in Tehran

The golestan palace is located in the historical old town of Tehran very close to the Grand Bazar... read more

Reviewed yesterday
A4419PXthomass
via mobile
Magestic Persian architecture

Very well arranged palace, depicting persion splendor and affection to shine and light. Probably... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Jan V
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Sofia, Bulgaria
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“mirror hall” (42 reviews)
“main hall” (49 reviews)
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Arq Suquare, Tehran 11369, Iran
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(+98) 21-33113335-8
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"mirror hall"
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"main hall"
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"wind towers"
in 14 reviews
"qajar dynasty"
in 32 reviews
"tile work"
in 22 reviews
"entrance fee"
in 21 reviews
"several buildings"
in 11 reviews
"nice garden"
in 14 reviews
"historical place"
in 15 reviews
"iranian architecture"
in 13 reviews
"take photos"
in 14 reviews
"visiting tehran"
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"tehran bazaar"
in 11 reviews
"metro station"
in 10 reviews
"complex"
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"marble"
in 41 reviews
"gifts"
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The golestan palace is located in the historical old town of Tehran very close to the Grand Bazar and subway. You pay entrance fee and for each single room/house an other little fee. The palace is very beautiful and it is one of the must...More

Thank A4419PXthomass
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Very well arranged palace, depicting persion splendor and affection to shine and light. Probably the beat attraction of the city.

Thank Jan V
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Reviewed 4 days ago

This palace is high on the list of places to visit in Tehran. The painted tiles on the external walls are exquisite and the grounds are beautifully maintained as well. Inside the palace there are several rooms to visit-all incurring their own charge (buyer beware)....More

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Reviewed 4 days ago

I really enjoyed the visit to this palace. It is a great historic monument and throw back to a different time in Iran's history. A definite must see when in town.

Thank Oliver S
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Reviewed 5 days ago

Spent a couple of hours at this amazing historic place. Although the entry is quite confusing as to which aspects you pay to see - but the whole complex is incredible! Just stunning architecture & such a fascinating glimpse into the history of Persia. Highly...More

Thank Clemence J
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

We were told that Iran was beautiful. But we would never expect an absolute jaw-dropping moment to this extreme. It's all WOW WOW and WOW The time we went was Ramadan. Not sure if that's resulted very few tourists so the whole palace was all...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The palace was a really great sight to see. I’ve seen many palaces all over the world, none quite like this. Had nice gardens too. Worth the visit.

Thank Tabitha A
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Reviewed 1 week ago

There are several palaces and museums to be visited. Actually, it is better to say that it is Golestan Palace Complex. At entrance, you will directly choose palaces and museums which you are interested in. It is better to start it early in the morning...More

Thank ZandiyehGasht
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It's UNESCO heritage site for it's history of 4 Persian monarchy and for it's architecture of different palaces and sustainability of natural air condition system; the famous wind towers and for the Sun building: the famous Shamsol-emareh which is luminated based on Sun arrival luminosity....More

Thank Noushin J
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Golestan Palace: not only to get away from this hectic bazaar area, but also to enjoy the beautiful Persian architecture of the past. The rooms are lavish decorated and furnished with the finest antique artifacts from France and expensive gifts to the Pahlavi's during their...More

1  Thank Nino89_13
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misscinderlela
18 September 2017|
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Response from cezary59 | Reviewed this property |
I am not sure but rather no, it is opened
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Hugo V
29 December 2016|
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Response from Robert937 | Reviewed this property |
Forgot to add the exchange rate. At official businesses yesterday it was IRR 42,500 = 1€. I do not how much against USD. Probably somewhere around IRR 39,000 = 1 USD
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Pilar I
27 September 2016|
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Response from Shayan Z | Reviewed this property |
Yep it is open- as this is an attraction Fridays will be one of the busiest days 😀
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