National Museum of Iran

To discover more about the rich history and treasures of the Persian Great Empire, you just need to go to 30 Tir St where the air smells of Tehran 60 years ago. There are a lot of museums in this region but the great building of the National Museum is the most important and the oldest one having different sections mainly divided into two major categories of ancient (Pre-Islamic) and Islamic. This building is a gallery of heritages of time in the great lands of Iran containing tools belonging to the Stone Age, strange coins of all time, stunning pieces from Persepolis and mysterious inscriptions you must see. Don’t forget treading on the stone pavements and enjoy the wonderful attractions of this street alongside its food stands.

Mitra Gholami
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