Sadabaad Palace is a historical palace complex located in Tehran, Iran. Completed in the early 1900s, it was originally built as a summer residence for the Qajar dynasty. The complex comprises of several palaces, museums, and galleries spread over a vast area covering more than 110 hectares.
Today, Sadabaad Palace is a popular tourist attraction, showcasing various artifacts, paintings, and sculptures that reflect the rich history and culture of Iran.
Some of the notable attractions within the complex include the White Palace, the Green Palace, and the Museum of Fine Arts. It is also home to several beautiful gardens and parks, making it a perfect spot for nature enthusiasts.
Furthermore, Sadabaad Palace has played a significant role in Iranian politics over the past century. It served as the residence of several Iranian leaders, including the last Shah of Iran, before they were forced into exile by the Islamic Revolution in 1979. Today, it’s a symbol of Iran’s rich cultural heritage and a testament to the country’s turbulent history.’
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The visitors can reach to the complex through eight gates: Nezamie, mostly used by Reza Khan; Zaferanie; Gate of Darband Street, mostly used by Mohammad Reza; Gate of Darband Square; two Jafar Abad gates; River Gate; and the White House Gate.
In addition to the mentioned palaces and several old buildings, there also exist many other facilities and installations such as poultry and dairy halls, banana garden and greenhouses, pools, fountains, tennis court and bowling hall as well as the open cinema and theatre halls.
There are also some newly added museums here as follows: Museum of Royal Albums and Historical Documents inside the building of imperial guard; the Museum of Royal Kitchen inside the building of Mellat Museum’s kitchen; the Museum of Omidvar Brothers; Water Museum; Farshchian Museum; the Museum of Royal Automobiles,