Today, Sunday-22 April-2018, the first passage of Tehran-based Roshan
Naser Khosrow Street (Old Name: Nasiriyah Street near the door of Indone Raid) - Established in 1311
Architectural architecture inspired by the Gothic style and the ancient Italian architecture has also featured the symbol of Forouhar on top of this work.
The winged figure, commonly known by archaeologists and Iranianologists, is known as the Ahura Mazda painting, sometimes referred to as Forouhar. The symbol of the winged sun in the Middle Eastern culture and in the Egyptian, Syria, and Assyrian civilizations is a long history, and the symbol of Foruhar is an adaptation of it. Naming this symbol goes back to the 19th century as Foruhar
Nasiriyah Street, now known as Naser Khosrow Street, is one of the most important historical streets in Tehran, where a number of historical events and collective memories have been featured. The bright building is located near Shamsalamareh building on Naser Khosrow Street and is one of the beautiful buildings on this street. This building is related to the first Pahlavi era and its year of construction is 1311 solar. The walls of this building, which has a different architecture than the other buildings of Naser Khosrow Street, is preserved, and is considered the brightest building as the first commercial complex in Tehran. This building was renovated by the engineer Safamanesh in the late 70's.
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