Iran National Assembly Building

Baharestan Building

Address:
Baharestan square, Tehran, Iran
About: Iran National Assembly Building

Baharestan building, Baharestan palace or Iran’s national consultative assembly are the names of a historical building in Baharestan complex of Tehran and is from the 19 century. This building were used for holding the national council assembly conferences. This building was once cannonaded and caught fire three times.
Constitutional building (Museum of Council) or the national council assembly is located in Mirza Hussein Khan Generalissimo  palace which was designed and constructed in 1878 by the famous Iranian engineer, Mirza Mahdi Khan Shaqaqi, known by the name “Mumtahen al-Dowleh” by the order of the Generalissimo (Sepah Salar). Mirza Hussein Khan who was one of the Chancellors of Naser al-Din of Qajar had no better destiny than Amir Kabir. He was first exiled to holy Mashhad and then was poisoned.
 

General Specifications
Name
Iran National Assembly Building
Age
Qajar era
Builder
It was designed and constructed by the renown iranian engeneer , Mirza Mehdi Khan Shaqaqi known as Momtahen ad-Dawla unders orders from the Generalissimo himself.
Special features
The venue for meetings of the National Assembly
Suggestions
Nearest tourist attractions
Sepahsalar mosque and school, Aziziye mansion, national arts museum
Access route
Address
Baharestan square, Tehran, Iran
How to access
Metro of Baharestan
Facilities
Access to vehicles
Parking
WC
Residence
Restaurant
Buffet
Network coverage
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