Iran Tehran Golestan Palace3

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Talar Salam (Reception Hall) was originally designed to be a museum. After the Takht-e-Tavoos (Iranian’s famous Jeweled Peacock Throne) was moved to the Royal jewels collection at the Central Bank, this hall was designated to hold special receptions in the presence of the king, hence the name Talar Salam.Tourists and envoys from European courts received in the Arg during the reign of Nasser-ol-Din Shah, spoke of this outstanding hall comparing it to its European counterparts.
This hall has exquisite mirrors work. The ceiling and walls are decorated with plaster molding. The floors are covered with mosaic.
During the reign of Nasser-ol-Din Shah, this hall was used to exhibit Iranian and European paintings alongside gifts presented to the Iranian court. Royal jewels were also exhibited inside glass cases. These jewels are now housed at the Royal Jewels Museum of the Central Bank.

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  • @nikkitta
    Gracias, gracias, gracias Maria, muchas gracias por visitar mi pagina! Gracias a ti por tu comentario bonito y el honor de poner mi pps con tus favoritos. Saludos y gracias
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  • Impressive and informative work
    Hope to be there same day
    Congrats and thanks

    Maria
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Iran Tehran Golestan Palace3

  1. 1. http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/michaelasanda-1430497-golestan3/
  2. 2. Golestan Palace Complex consists of 17 palaces,museums, and Halls. Almost all of this complex wasbuilt during 200 years of Qajar kings ruling. Thesepalaces were used for many different occasions suchas coronation and other important celebrations.When Agha Mohammad Khan Qajar (1742–1797)chose Tehran as his capital Golestan Palace becamethe official residence of the royal Qajar family. Thepalace was rebuilt to its current form in 1865. Duringthe Pahlavi era (1925–1979) Golestan Palace wasused for formal royal receptions and the Pahlavidynasty built their own palace at Niavaran. The mostimportant ceremonies held in the Palace during thePahlavi era were the coronation of Reza Khan (r.1925-1941) in Takht-e Marmar and the coronation ofMohammad Reza Pahlavi (r. 1941-deposed 1979) inthe Museum Hall.Palatul Golestan (Grădina Trandafirilor), azi muzeu,este de fapt un complex de 17 palate, construitaproape în întregime în timpul celor 200 de ani aidinastiei Qajare. Folosit cu ocazia ceremoniilorimportante a devenit reşedinţa oficială a familieiregale atunci când Agha Mohammad Khan a mutatcapitala la Teheran. Complexul a fost modificat şireconstruit în 1865.
  3. 3. Talar Salam (Reception Hall) was originally designed to be a museum.After the Takht-e-Tavoos (Iranian’s famous Jeweled Peacock Throne)was moved to the Royal jewels collection at the Central Bank, this hallwas designated to hold special receptions in the presence of the king,hence the name Talar Salam.Tourists and envoys from European courts received in the Arg duringthe reign of Nasser-ol-Din Shah, spoke of this outstanding hallcomparing it to its European counterparts.Talar Salam (Sala de Recepţii) a fost destinată iniţial să fie muzeu.După ce faimosul Tron al Păunului a fost mutat la Banca Centrală încolecţia imperială a bijuteriilor, această sală a fost folosită pentrurecepţii speciale la care participa şahul, de unde numele de TalarSalam (Sala de Recepţii)Călătorii şi ambasadorii europeni primiţi de şahul Persiei în timpuldomniei şahului Nasser-ol-Din au scris despre această fabuloasăîncăpere comparând-o cu sălile de recepţii din Europa
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  6. 6. During the reign of Nasser-ol-Din Shah, this hall was used toexhibit Iranian and Europeanpaintings alongside giftspresented to the Iranian court.Royal jewels were alsoexhibited inside glass cases.These jewels are now housedat the Royal Jewels Museum ofthe Central Bank.În timpul domniei şahuluiNasser-ol-Din în această salăerau expuse picturi persane şieuropene, cadourile primite deşah, precum şi bijuteriilecoroanei (aflate acum înMuzeul Naţional al Bijuteriilor)
  7. 7. This hall has exquisitemirrors work. The ceilingand walls are decoratedwith plaster molding. Thefloors are covered withmosaic.Talar Salam (Sala deRecepţii), cea mai mareîncăpere a palatului, estedecorată cu un mozaic deoglinzi cu totul deosebit.Tavanul este decorat custuc iar duşumeauaacoperită cu mozaic
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  11. 11. Iran Text: Internet Pictures: Sanda Foişoreanu Nicoleta Leu Arangement: Sanda FoişoreanuSound: Azam Ali – Mandara www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda

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