The public can visit the garden of the Italian Embassy in Tehran

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The public can visit the garden of the Italian Embassy in Tehran
The doors of the garden of the Italian Embassy in Tehran will be opened for one day on the occasion of Italy Day.

The public can visit the garden of the Italian Embassy in Tehran
According to Salam No report, quoted by Isna, the Italian Embassy in Tehran announced that on June 2nd of this year, corresponding to June 12, 1402, on the occasion of the Italian Republic Day, for the first time in history, the doors of the Iranian-historical garden of this embassy, which is the residence complex, were opened. The Italian ambassador is also located there and is open to the public.

Viewing the garden and Qajar buildings of the Italian Embassy in Tehran is limited to one day and is free, which is not possible without prior reservation.

The Italian Embassy has set limited rules and conditions for visiting Fermaniyeh Garden, according to which applicants must first book an appointment and prepare a ticket. The visiting time on Friday 12 Khordad (June 2nd) has been set in advance for each person and the visitor must present a valid identification card along with the ticket to enter this historical garden. Access to this space is possible only at the appointed time and only for people who have a ticket to visit. Reservation is not required for children under 10 years old. During the visit, no food or drink will be provided, and it is not allowed to bring it inside the complex. Due to such limited conditions, all appointments for a one-day visit to this garden have been filled.

The Garden of the Italian Embassy or Farmanieh Garden is currently the summer residence of the Italian ambassador, which was built in the Qajar period and was registered in the list of national monuments of Iran on March 2, 1965 with registration number 1965.

Farmanieh garden was located in Tehran province, in the north of Rostamabad village and in the south of Kamraniye garden. This complex and the lands around it belonged to Kamran Mirza Naib-ul-Sultaneh, Qajar prince, the third son of Naser al-Din Shah, after whom, Abdul Hossein Mirza Farmanfarma, one of the Qajar princes and the prime minister of Iran, bought all the garden along with Kariz and… and after that the name of the neighborhood And it was called Farmanieh Garden. Later, this collection went to his eldest son Nusrat al-Dawlah, he was the Minister of Foreign Affairs and the Minister of Finance for a while, and until 1316 when he was arrested and then in 1317 when he was killed, this garden was in the possession of his family, and around 1319, the garden and its belongings Sold to the Italian Embassy.

This garden, which is about 66,000 square meters, was divided into two parts based on the geometric order, based on the main axis from north to south, and the presence of a river and a middle pond in it is reminiscent of Iranian gardens.

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