Negarestan Garden is one of the significant historical and cultural sites of Tehran. Being located in the city center, the garden is a must-see place for tourists, who find interest in the history of Iran cultural development. The history of the garden interacts with the history of the University of Tehran and famous Iranian artist Kamal-ol Molk. After all, it is a beautiful place to have a walk and get familiar with Iranian architecture of 19th-20th century.
One of the halls hosts museum, devoted to the famous Iranian artist Mohammad Qaffari. Known as Kamal-ol Molk, he started the school of fine arts on the territory of the garden. Consequently, the exposition includes his works and works of two generations of his students.
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Negarestan Garden Location
How To Get To Negarestan Garden
Negarestan Garden is located between 2 stations of the dark blue line: Darvazeh Shemiran and Baharestan. It will take you 7-10 minutes to walk to any of them.
You can take any bus which passes Baharestan Square - it is a convenient landmark to find Negarestan Garden if you wanna get there by bus or taxi.
Negarestan Garden is located in a lovely neighborhood, not far from Masoudieh Palace. You can take a walk from there, observing modern Iranian lifestyle along the way.
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