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Artworks back from Louvre displayed in Iran
Art masterpieces from the Qajar era which were exhibited for about three months in the Louvre Museum in Paris are now back in Tehran and are open for public viewing from Wednesday.
Pieces displayed at ‘Louvre in Tehran’ return to Paris
Invaluable pieces which were on display at 'Louvre in Tehran' exhibition were packed and returned to its original home in Paris on Tuesday, said the director of the National Museum of Iran.
Golestan Palace, the most outstanding Qajar building
As one of the UNESCO heritage sites, Golestan Palace is an intangible cultural heritage of Iran located in Tehran.
200-year-old bathroom unearthed in Yazd
A 200-year-old bathroom has been unearthed in the basement of a Qajar-era building, announced a professor of the Faculty of Arts and Architecture, University of Yazd.
Qajar documents kept at Munich State Archives
Hundreds of documents dating back to Iran-Germany ties during the Safavid and Qajar eras are kept at Munich State Archives.
Qajar coins found in Astaneh Ashrafieh
Six historical copper coins from the Qajar era were found in Bazan village, Astaneh Ashrafieh in the northern province of Gilan, announced the head of the provincial Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Department.
Afzal mansions attract visitors to Shushtar
Afzaliha or Afzal Mansions, pertaining to the Qajar era, are among top attractions of the ancient city of Shushtar in the southwestern province of Khuzestan.
Niavaran Palace Complex
The cultural and historical Niavaran Palace Complex is situated in an 11-hectare garden. It boasts of monuments belonging to Qajar and Pahlavi eras.
Rare Qajar photos on display
A collection of rarely seen Qajar photos have been on display at Akkaskhaneh Shahr Gallery since April 6.
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