Masoudieh Palace


Masoudieh Palace is one of the most beautiful Palaces or historical houses from Qajar dynasty in old Tehran near Baharestan square, comprised of a Palace and surrounding houses. It was built in 1879 for the Prince Masood Mirza the son of Nasserdin Shah and the governor of Isfahan, as his residence in the capital. Spanning over an area of 5 hectares. The Mansion was constructed in the middle of a garden.


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