Jamshidieh Park

  • Address : Niavaran Street, at the end of Police Station 123 Alley
  • Area : 12
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  • Implementation end : 1981
  • Website : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jamshidieh_Park
  • Project Status : Completed Project
  • Ownership : Public
  • Accessibility : Unrestricted areas
  • Notes : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jamshidieh_Park
  • Brief Description : Jamshidieh Park (or Jamshidieh Stone Garden), established in memorial of Jamshid Davallu Qajar, a Qajar Prince that dedicated this garden to Farah Diba, Empress of Iran. The Park, which is located in the Niavaran district at the base of the Kolakchal Mountain_which is about 10,000 feet elevation_ is one of the most picturesque and beautiful parks in Tehran. There are numerous restaurants, traditional teahouses (houses of culture which represent the diversity of Iran's ethnic and tribal heritage), picnic areas, and hiking trails from the lower area of the park all the way up to the top of the mountain.
    There is also a classically designed open air amphitheatre. The park was developed during the Pahlavi era, but has been extensively upgraded and maintained since the Iranian Revolution. It is especially popular amongst the youth.
  • Project Name : Original : Jamshidieh Park
  • Type : Parks
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