Tehran: Iran's capital city welcomes the world The lofty Azadi Tower, built to commemorate the 2500th anniversary of the Persian Empire, is a beacon over the modern city of Tehran. The capital of Iran is now home to over 14 million residents and offers a fascinating perspective on the country's rich past and promising future. Its museums and art galleries celebrate millennia of creative virtuosity, from the prehistoric artefacts at the Abgineh Glass and Ceramics Museum, through the iconic designs at the Carpet Museum, to the priceless pieces at the Treasury of National Jewels. Contemporary art can be found at spaces like Seyhoun Art Gallery and on the graffiti wall murals throughout the city; they rival the collections of the National Museum of Iran and Rez Abassi Museum for artistry and cultural expression. Don't miss iconic sites like Golestan Palace and the mythical Grand Bazaar, where merchants have sold a dizzying array of products for over 1000 years – you're sure to find souvenirs to keep and to share. At Tehran's inviting cafés and restaurants, like the charming Azari Traditional Teahouse, enjoy the warm welcome of Iran's friendly people, and their delicious cuisine.

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41.89 k.m from the city centre

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