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Visiting the Iran’s National Museum is a nice option.
Iran’s National Museum is located at Tehran and it is included of two complexes; Ancient Iran and Islamic era.
The National Museum contains unique archaeological artifacts and items that are founded within the territory of Iran.
The building structure is inspired by Sassanian dynasty architecture i.e. red bricks and a high arch at the entrance.
It is on three floors.
Iran’s National Museum is near to Imam Khomeini subway station and it’s only two minutes walk.
Inside the museum you can find skeletons from seven thousand years ago, blades belong to 800,000 years ago and many other unique valuable historical objects.
Inside the museum there are old books, coins, metal objects and pottery vessels.
There is a research department in the Iran’s National Museum.
Also, there are monthly and temporary expeditions at the National Museum. the temporary exhibitions are held two or three times in the year and each time the items on show for two or three weeks and rarely longer.
The building of the Iran’s National Museum is made a brick and in the style of Sassanian vaults. the designers of the building were French. The construction of the building begun in 1935 and it took 2 years to complete. In the ancient section there are items related to Paleolithic, Neolithic, Bronze Age, Iron Age,Achaemenid and Sassanian eras.
The new building contains texts, calligraphy, potteries and textures related to post-Islamic era.
Sarab mound is one the most interesting objects in the Iran’s National Museum.
Near the museum there is a street entitled as Si-e-Tir. You can buy and enjoy taste of Persian street food at Si-e-Tir street.
Visiting the museum makes your day. It’s full of wonders about the history of humanity.
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