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The Saadabad Palace is a palace built by the Pahlavi dynasty ofIran in the Shemiran area of Tehran.The complex was first i...
Internet image
The Sa‘dabad Palaces (included 8                        gates and 18 palaces ) are a group                        palaces ...
Snowy Alborz Mountains, north of Tehran
Internet imagesLarge oil-paintings around the patio of the first floors hall, depicting scenes of epic tales of shahnameh ...
The palace interior architecture followed a mixture of Iranian-byzantinestyle and includes four main big columns in the ha...
The Palaces grand hallsare decorated in the style ofEuropean palaces of therecent     two     centuries,especially aristoc...
The ceremonial dining hall
The most valuable works of this                             treasure are exquisite and unique                             ...
The ceremonial dining hall
The ceremonial dining hall
Dining Hall with extra large Amu-Oghli carpet from Mashad
The ceremonial dining hall
The ceremonial dining hall
The ceremonial dining hall
The ceremonial dining hall
The ceremonial dining hall
The ceremonial dining hall
The largest carpet in this place is                             a 145 square meter one (with 140                          ...
The ceremonial dining hall
Sitting Hall For private receptions and family leisure
Sitting Hall For private receptions and family leisure
Sitting HallFor private receptions andfamily leisure
Mohammad Reza Pahlavis resting place, in Joséphine (wife of Napoléon) style
Mohammad Reza Pahlavis resting place
Currently,     parts    of     theSaadabad Palace compoundare museums (like WhitePalace), in which visitors canroam throug...
Farah Pahlavis resting room
Farah Pahlavis resting room
Snowy Alborz Mountains, north of Tehran
Southern Magnolia fruit                                           Text : Internet                                         ...
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The Saadabad Palace is a palace built by the Pahlavi dynasty of Iran in the Shemiran area of Tehran. The complex was first inhabited by Qajar monarchs and royal family in the 19th century. After an expansion of the compounds, Reza Shah lived there in the 1920s. And his son, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi moved there in the 1970s. After the Iranian Revolution, the complex became a museum. However, the current presidential palace is located adjacent to the Sa'd Abad compound.
Currently, parts of the Saadabad Palace compound are museums, in which visitors can roam through and look at the rich history of Iran, and some parts of the compound are used by the Iranian Cultural Heritage Organization which is responsilbe for most of the artifacts, locations, and cultural aspects of Iran.

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  1. 1. 2http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/michaelasanda-1442521-saadabad2/
  2. 2. The Saadabad Palace is a palace built by the Pahlavi dynasty ofIran in the Shemiran area of Tehran.The complex was first inhabited by Qajar monarchs and royal familyin the 19th century. After an expansion of the compounds, RezaShah lived there in the 1920s. And his son, Mohammad RezaPahlavi moved there in the 1970s.After the Iranian Revolution, the complex became a museum.However, the current presidential palace is located adjacent to theSad Abad compound.Complexul de palate Saadabad din cartierul Shemiran din Teherana fost locuit de monarhii dinastiei Qajar şi familia regală în secolulXIX. După extinderea şi reamenajarea palatelor Reza Shah a trăitacolo din 1920. Şi fiul său, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi şi-a stabilitreşedinţa acolo în 1970. După revoluţia iraniană, complexul adevenit un muzeu. Palatul prezidenţial actual este situat adiacentacestui complex
  3. 3. Internet image
  4. 4. The Sa‘dabad Palaces (included 8 gates and 18 palaces ) are a group palaces built by the Pahlavi dynasty of Iran in the Shemiran area of Tehran. White Palace is the largest palace in the 110-hectare ensemble of Sa‘dabad. Complexul de palate Saadabad este format din 18 palate şi muzee (8 porţi) dintre care cel mai mare palat este Palatul Alb, numit astfel din cauza culorii zidurilor sale exterioare.Entrance to Sad Abad
  5. 5. Snowy Alborz Mountains, north of Tehran
  6. 6. Internet imagesLarge oil-paintings around the patio of the first floors hall, depicting scenes of epic tales of shahnameh (The book of the Kings) of Ferdowsi,were completed in 1941 AD by maestro Hoseyn Taherzadeh Behzad and his pupils.Oil on canvas 810x350cm, depicting the historic and legendary heros:North and south side: Bahramgour huntingWest: combat between Rostam and AshkebousEast: combat between Rostam and Khan of China
  7. 7. The palace interior architecture followed a mixture of Iranian-byzantinestyle and includes four main big columns in the halls four sides and fourskylights around the central ceiling
  8. 8. The Palaces grand hallsare decorated in the style ofEuropean palaces of therecent two centuries,especially aristocratic onesof France; hence most of itsvaluable artworks of thispalace were purchasedfrom antique shops and artauctions in France.
  9. 9. The ceremonial dining hall
  10. 10. The most valuable works of this treasure are exquisite and unique carpets that reveal the endless artistic talent and taste of artful Iranian carpet weavers. These carpets were woven in Tabriz, Arjmand of Kerman and Amu Oghli of Mashad carpet weaving workshops by order of Rezashah Pahlavi for these halls. Cele mai valoroase obiecte din acest palat-muzeu sunt covoarele persane, adevărate opere de artă, care demonstrează neasemuitul talent artistic şi gustul ţesătorilor de covoare iranieni. Ele au fost comandate de Şahul Reza Pahlavi la atelierele de la Tabriz, Arjmand - Kerman şi Amu Oghli - MashadThe ceremonial dining hall
  11. 11. The ceremonial dining hall
  12. 12. The ceremonial dining hall
  13. 13. Dining Hall with extra large Amu-Oghli carpet from Mashad
  14. 14. The ceremonial dining hall
  15. 15. The ceremonial dining hall
  16. 16. The ceremonial dining hall
  17. 17. The ceremonial dining hall
  18. 18. The ceremonial dining hall
  19. 19. The ceremonial dining hall
  20. 20. The largest carpet in this place is a 145 square meter one (with 140 rows) woven in the workshop of Amu Oghli of Mashad, with roundel and candelabrum like designs (known as Sheykh safi Ardabili design) that ornaments the ceremonial dining hall Covorul din sala pentru dineuri oficiale este cel mai mare covor din palat şi are 145 m² (140 de rânduri). El a fost executat de atelierele de la Amu Oghli - Mashad, având un model cunoscut sub denumirea „desenul Şeicului din Ardabil”The ceremonial dining hall
  21. 21. The ceremonial dining hall
  22. 22. Sitting Hall For private receptions and family leisure
  23. 23. Sitting Hall For private receptions and family leisure
  24. 24. Sitting HallFor private receptions andfamily leisure
  25. 25. Mohammad Reza Pahlavis resting place, in Joséphine (wife of Napoléon) style
  26. 26. Mohammad Reza Pahlavis resting place
  27. 27. Currently, parts of theSaadabad Palace compoundare museums (like WhitePalace), in which visitors canroam through and look at therich history of Iran, and someparts of the compound areused by the Iranian CulturalHeritage Organization which isresponsilbe for most of theartifacts, locations, and culturalaspects of Iran.
  28. 28. Farah Pahlavis resting room
  29. 29. Farah Pahlavis resting room
  30. 30. Snowy Alborz Mountains, north of Tehran
  31. 31. Southern Magnolia fruit Text : Internet Pictures: Sanda Foişoreanu Nicoleta Leu Sanda Potroviţă Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Arangement: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasandaSound: Dariush –Yavareh Hamisheh Momen

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