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Tehran Golestan Palace1

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The Golestan (Rose Garden) Palace was the Qajars' royal residence. Its garden is an oasis of coolness and silence in the heart of the city. The spectacular terrace known as Takht-e-Marmar (Marble Throne) was built in 1806 by order of Fath Ali Shah Qajar (r. 1797-1834). Adorned by paintings, marble-carvings, tile-work, stucco, mirrors, enamel, woodcarvings, and lattice windows; the throne embodies the finest of Iranian architecture. The Marble Throne is one of the oldest buildings of the historic Arg. The existing throne, which is situated in the middle of the terrace (iwan), is made of the famous yellow marble of Yazd province.

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Tehran Golestan Palace1

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  2. 2. Golestan Palace is the former royal Qajar complex inIrans capital city. The oldest of the historic monuments inTehran, the Golestan Palace (The Rose Garden Palace)belongs to a group of royal buildings that were onceenclosed within the mud-thatched walls of Tehran’sHistoric Arg (citadel).The Arg was built during the reign of Tahmasp I (r.1524-1576). When Agha Mohamd Khan Qajar (1742–1797) chose Tehran as his capital Golestan Palacebecame the official residence of the royal Qajar family.The palace was rebuilt to its current form in 1865. Duringthe Pahlavi era (1925–1979) Golestan Palace was usedfor formal royal receptions and the Pahlavi dynasty builttheir own palace at Niavaran. The most importantceremonies held in the Palace during the Pahlavi era werethe coronation of Reza Khan (r. 1925-1941) in Takht-eMarmar and the coronation of Mohammad Reza Pahlavi(r. 1941-deposed 1979) in the Museum Hall.Palatul Golestan (Grădina Trandafirilor), azi muzeu, estede fapt un complex de 17 palate, situat în inimaTeheranului, fostă reşedinţă regală a dinastiei Qajare. Întimpul dinastiei Pahlavi (1925-1979) a fost folosit pentrurecepţii şi ceremonii. Cel mai important evenimentpetrecut aici a fost încoronarea lui Reza Khan, pe terasatronului de marmură..
  3. 3. The spectacular terrace known as Takht-eMarmar (Marble Throne) was built in 1806.Adorned by paintings, marble-carvings, tile-work, stucco, mirrors, enamel,woodcarvings, and lattice windows; thethrone embodies the finest of Iranianarchitecture. The Marble Throne is one ofthe oldest buildings of the historic Arg. Theexisting throne, which is situated in themiddle of the terrace (iwan), is made ofsixty-five pieces of the famous yellowmarble of Yazd province.Coronations of Qajar kings, and formal courtceremonies were held on this terrace(iwan). The last coronation to be held atTakht-e-Marmar was the coronation of, theself-proclaimed King, Reza Khan Pahlavi in1925.Terasa tronului de marmură, una dintre celemai vechi clădiri din Palatul Golestan, a fostconstruită în anul 1806. Decorată cu picturi,sculpturi de marmură, ceramică smălţuită,mozaic de oglinzi, stuc, email, lemn sculptatşi vitralii reprezintă chintesenţa stiluluiarhitectural iranian. Tronul este realizat din65 de piese de marmură galbenă dinprovincia Yazd. Aici a fost încoronat auto-proclamatul şah Reza Pahlavi în 1925.
  4. 4. Iran Text: Internet Pictures: Sanda Foişoreanu Nicoleta Leu Arangement: Sanda FoişoreanuSound: Faramarz Payvar - Chahargah & Shour www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda

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