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Qavam garden or Narengestan-e Qavam is one of the most famous places in this city. It dates back to the dynasty of Qajar king, Naser al-Din Shah. It’s called Narengestan because the garden’s full of bitter oranges. The garden is designed with flowers and fountains splashing the water around and making the most pleasing sound. It is connected to a pavilion which is called Zinat ol Molk, and its architecture and design are very much famous for its tiles, mirrors, and glasses. Stop at the vali Asr Square Station and feel the spirit of ancient Persian architecture floating in this beautiful Garden.