11 Sep 2016

The oldest of historic monument in Tehran, the Golestan Palace (Palace of flowers) belongs to group of royal buildings that were once enclosed within the mud-thatched walls of Tehran‘s Historic Arg (Citadel) . TALAR-E BERELIAN Talar-e berelian was named so for it is adomed by the brilliant mirror-work of Iranian artsans. The hall was build by Nasser-oh-din shah build to replace another hall called talar bolour(crystal hall) built by Fath-ali shah the bolour hall had been laide waste by he damp. This building‘s berelian hall is famous for its mirror-work and chandeliers.you can is find an oil painting by Yahya khan sanie-ol-molk ghafari,showing the decoration of this hall before renovations carried out by Mozafar-ol-din shah (r.1896-1907). Golestan Palace is the result of roughly 400 years construction and renovations. The buildings at the contemporary location each have a unique history. Golestan Palace contains various sectors is as follows; 5 1. Thakht-e Marmar (Marble Throne 1797-1834) 2. Talar-e Aineh (Hall of Mirror) 3. Talar-e Almas (Hall of Diamonds) 4. Talar-e Salam (Reception Hall) 5. Talar-e Zoroof (Dishes Hall) 6. Talar- e Adj (Hall of Ivory) 7. Chador Khaneh (House of Tents) 8. Khalvat-e- Karimkhani (Karimkhani adytum) 9. Shams-ol-emareh (Edifice of the Sun) 10. Talar-e Berelian (Hall of Brilliance) 11. Emarat-e Badgir (Building of The Wind Towers) 12. White Palace (Ethnological Museum)