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Niavarān Palace Complex is a historical complex situated in the northern part of Tehran, Iran. Its formation dates back to the Qajar Dynasty. It consists of several buildings and a museum. The main Niavaran Palace, completed in 1968, was the primary residence of the last Shah, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi and the Imperial family until the Iranian Revolution. The Ahmad Shahi pavilion, built in the closing days of the Qajar period, as a private resting retreat for Ahmad Shah, is also inside this complex.

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  • 1. 3http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/michaelasanda-1453848-niavaran3/
  • 2. Niavarān Palace Complex is a historical complex situatedin the northern part of Tehran, Iran. Its formation datesback to the Qajar Dynasty. It consists of several buildingsand a museum. The main Niavaran Palace, completed in1968, was the primary residence of the last Shah,Mohammad Reza Pahlavi and the Imperial family until theIranian Revolution. The Ahmad Shahi pavilion, built in theclosing days of the Qajar period, as a private restingretreat for Ahmad Shah, is also inside this complex.Niavaran este un complex cultural istoric situat în parteade nord a Teheranului într-un parc de 11 hectare, compusdin mai multe clădiri şi un muzeu. Palatul principal,terminat în anul 1968, a fost până la Revoluţia iranianăreşedinţa principală a ultimului Şah şi a familiei imperiale.Din acest complex face parte şi Pavilionul Şahului Ahmad,construit la sfârşitul anilor de domnie ai dinastiei Qajar.
  • 3. Ahmad Shah Qajar (January 21, 1898 - 21 February 1930) was Shah of Iran from July16, 1909 to October 31, 1925. He was the last Shah of the Qajar dynasty.Ahmad acceded to the Peacock Throne on July 16, 1909 following the overthrow of hisfather and predecessor Mohammad Ali Shah, who had attempted to reverse earlierconstitutional restrictions on royal power. He was, however, an ineffective ruler who wasfaced with internal unrest and foreign intrusions, particularly by the British and RussianEmpires. In 1917, Britain used Iran as the springboard for an attack into Russia in anunsuccessful attempt to reverse the Russian Revolution of 1917. Ahmad Shah waspushed aside in a military coup in 1921 by Reza Pahlavi and went into exile with hisfamily in 1923. He was formally deposed on October31, 1925 when Reza Pahlavi was proclaimed Shah by the Founders Assembly. He diedin 1930 in Neuilly-sur-Seine, France, though the dynasty was continued by his brother,the former crown prince Mohammad Hassan Mirza.Ahmad Shah Qajar (1898 - 1930) a fost ultimul Şah al Iranului din dinastia Qajar (1909 –1925). Ahmad a urcat pe Tronul Păunului la 16 octombrie 1909 după răsturnarea de laputere a tatălui său Mohammad Ali Shah, care a încercat să anuleze restricţiileconstituţionale anterioare asupra puterii regale. El a fost, însă, un conducător ineficient,confruntat cu tensiuni interne şi intruziuni externe, în special ale imperiilor britanic şi rus.În 1917, Marea Britanie a folosit Iranul ca rampă de lansare pentru un atac în Rusia într-oîncercare nereuşită de a opri Revoluţia Rusă din 1917. Ahmad Shah a fost înlăturat de laputere de către Reza Pahlavi printr-o lovitură de stat militară în 1921 şi a plecat în exilîmpreună cu familia sa în 1923. El a fost demis în mod oficial în 1925, când a fostproclamat şah Pahlavi. A murit în 1930, în Neuilly-sur-Seine, Franţa, iar dinastia a fostcontinuată de către fratele său, fostul Prinţul Mohammad Hassan Mirza.
  • 4. Acoperind o suprafaţă de 800 de metri patraţi, acestpavilion cu două nivele a fost construit la sfârşitul anilorde domnie ai dinastiei Qajar, ca un loc de refugiu şiodihnă pentru Ahmad Shah.Faţadele de caramidă au modele diferite. Dupărestaurare şi completarea decoraţiei interioare a fostfolosit de Reza Pahlavi ca reşedinţă şi birou.Parterul acestei clădiri constă într-o sală cu un bazindin marmură în centru, cu şase camere şi douăcoridoare în jur. Acum sunt expuse aici obiectedecorative din argint, bronz, fildeş, lemn şi suveniruridin diferite ţări, cum ar fi India, tablouri, medalii, pietredecorative, o piatră de pe lună, diverse plante şi fosilede animale.Al doilea nivel al acestei clădiri constă într-o salăcentrală şi o verandă pe patru laturi. Sala principală afost folosită ca sală de muzică.
  • 5. living room at Crown Prince RezaPahlevi s Ahmad Shahi Pavillion
  • 6. ceiling
  • 7. Text : Internet Pictures: Sanda Foişoreanu Nicoleta Leu Sanda Potroviţă Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Arangement: Sanda FoişoreanuSound: Farid Farjad - Sang e Khaara www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda

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