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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 the Iranian Revolution, the complex became a museum.
The Green Palace is the first palace built in the complex during Pahlavi dynasty by Reya Shah's order. The building is called green palace because of teh color of its facade. The palace is a very nice museum of Persian arts like mirror marquetry, carpets, and illumination and plaster work. It was served as Mohammad Reza's private palace where some private meetings were held before the Islamic Revolution.
Green Palace is built during six years (1922 to 1928) in Reya Shah period, by Jafar Kashani. The palace is covered with three different stone:
1) Isfahan green stone
2) Khamseh Zanjan in middle
3) Italian stone for columns

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    Like Carmen I prefere the outside. 'I like this green stone. The inside is too luxurious. I couldn't live with those bright walls and ceilings. Very tiring for my eyes'. Thank you John
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  • Thank you michaela.........impressive palace.
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  • Thank you Takeshi, Im REALLY glad if you like it. Thanks for favorite.
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    • http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/michaelasanda-1443012-saadabad3/
    • 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
    • The Green Palace is the first palace built in the complex during Pahlavi dynasty by Reza Shahs order. The building is called green palace because of thecolor of its facade. Green Palace is built during six years (1922 to 1928) in Reya Shah period, by Jafar Kashani. The palace is covered with three differentstone: 1) Isfahan green stone; 2) Khamseh Yanjan in middle; 3) Italian stone for columnsPalatul Verde este primul palat construit în acest complex în timpul dinastiei Pahlavi, din ordinul lui Reza Shah.Clădirea este numită Palatul Verde, din cauzaculorii faţadei sale. Green Palace a fost construit în şase ani (1922-1928), de Jafar Kashani. Palatul este acoperit cu trei tipuri diferite de piatră: 1) Piatră verdede Isfahan; 2) piatră de la Khamseh Yanjan în mijloc; 3) marmoră italiană pentru coloane
    • The Green Palace is a very nicemuseum of Persian arts likemirror marquetry, carpets, andillumination and plaster work.It was served as MohammadRezas private palace wheresome private meetings wereheld before the IslamicRevolution.Green Palace este totodată şiun muzeu foarte frumos de artăaplicată persană, cum ar fimarchetăria din oglinzi,covoarele persane, corpurile deiluminat şi stucatura.Green Palace a servit careşedinţă privată şahuluiMohammad Reza, dar a fostfolosit şi pentru anumite întâlniriprivate care au avut loc aiciînainte de Revoluţia Islamică.
    • Main entranceScara principală
    • Ceremonies hall (Mirror Hall)
    • Ceremonies hall
    • Ceremonies Hall: 80 sq. m. Meshed rug (120 wales) flower Arabesque design, and the best kind of mirror works on wall and ceiling .Ceremonies hall
    • Ceremonies hall
    • Ceremonies hall
    • Ceremonies hall
    • Ceremonies hall
    • Ceremonies hall
    • Ceremonies hall
    • Waiting room: 70 sq. m.
    • Living roomTwo carpets cover the floor:1)12 sq. m. Sheik LotfollahDome design2)Isfahan small rug, flowerArabesque design.
    • Walls of Reza Shahs working room are decorated by Behzad paintings.
    • Reza shah Dining room
    • Reza Shah Bedroom
    • There was no bed because Rezashah was interested in sleeping onthe floor but in 1970 when the palacewas redecorated, they put a bedhereÎn dormitorul lui Reza Shah nu existapat fiindcă el dormea pe podea, însăla redecorarea palatului în 1970 s-apus în această încăpere şi un pat
    • Reza Shah Bedroom
    • Reza Shah Bedroom The design of the ceiling is same as carpet designing
    • Reza Shah Bedroom
    • The green palace is the first palace built in the complex during Pahlavi dynasty by Reza Shahs order. The building is called Green Palace because of the color of its facade.Reza Shah’s Bedroom
    • Reza Shah Bedroom
    • Reza Shah Bedroom
    • Southern Magnolia fruit Text : Internet Pictures: Sanda Foişoreanu Nicoleta Leu Internet Sanda Potroviţă Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Arangement: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasandaSound: Tasnif-e Rast (Saman Booyan (They, Smelling of Jasmine)