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Iran national museum

Iran national museum

The National Museum of Iran, or the Museum of Ancient Iran, is located in Tehran's Imam Khomeini Street in the historic area of National gallery, at the corner of Prof. The National Museum of Iran is a collection of treasures of Iranian historical and prehistoric works and masterpieces. The National Museum of Iran includes two separate buildings called the Museum of Ancient Iran with the opening date of 1316 and the Museum of Islamic Period with the opening date of 1375. The idea of the establishment and activity of the museum was shaped by the thoughts and developments dating back to 1300s and 1310s. The French architect who had been hired by the Iranian government since 1308 HH was assigned to design the map of the first Iranian scientific museum. Eventually, the building of the Iranian Museum of Ancient Iranian Architecture with a similar entrance, Absolute to the Sassanid era and with red bricks based on the architectural design of the French architect and with the architecture of Haj Abbas Gholami Memarbashi in 1314 Hijri Shamsi and began to be exploited after 2 years. About 80 years old, the national museum of Iran is not only the largest archaeological and historical museum in Iran, but also in terms of volume, diversity and quality of works in one of the world's great museums. The museum is considered to be the Museum of the Mother's Art Museum in Iran. Museum of Ancient Iran: The Museum of Ancient Iran was officially reopened in 1316. As it was mentioned, the Museum of Ancient Iran is in fact an archaeological Site, with the aims of introducing the historical-cultural richness of Iran and carrying an important factor that is to serve as the museum of mother in the country, it is responsible for the enrichment of other Iranian archaeological museums. The Museum of Ancient Iran has a rich collection of archeological works, the oldest of which is the Paleolithic period (between one million to about 12,000 years ago) and the latest works of the Sassanid period dating back over 1500 years. There are unique works of prehistoric and historical periods in this hall that are really worth to visit in Iran tour. At the same time, due to the richness of some of the museum's collections, the sub-sectors are more or less connected at the Museum of Ancient Iran, including the Mehr section (and coin) and the Lorestan bronze sector, relying on archaeological evidence, the history of the cultural presence of man, And the culture of human societies in Iran, returns to the ancient era of ancient stones. Because of that fact do not miss to visit here in Iran tour. There are two main sections in the Museum of Ancient Iran, which have been introduced in accordance with the classification of the cultural and archaeological periods adopted by the archaeologists, as part of the prehistoric section and the historical section. The oldest cultural expressions and cultural achievements of human groups of that period in Iran are about 250,000 to 1,000,000 years ago, which are obtained from the Khorasan, Gonchagh Pargilan, Helilan, Lorestan, Kermanshah plains and etc. The most important cultural effects left in this era in Iran and all over the world are rock tools. This course represents cultures that are almost entirely ecologically dependent. Communities and human groups that have been traversed in specific geographical areas for their livelihoods through gathering food and hunting. Cultures that lacked permanent and architectural skills and their livelihood formulation was the supply and consumption. Islamic Museum: In 1375, the works of the Islamic era were officially removed from the Museum of Ancient Iran and moved to the adjacent building of the museum. The building, built in 1337, was originally moved to the museum. The building, built in 1337, was originally intended to build an ethnographic museum, which, after the revolution, created a cultural heritage organization, and the concentration of ancient objects in the Museum of Ancient Iran, the project of renaming the museum, the National Museum Iran and the museum was added as an Islamic museum, which eventually became official in the year 1375 with the official opening of the Islamic Museum, the Museum of Ancient Iran and the Museum of Islamic Era, as the National Museum of Iran. At the Museum of Islamic times, various examples of objects and works of art from different periods of Islamic life are presented. The museum consists of three floors. On the first floor is a meeting room and temporary exhibition. In the second floor, the display of objects is thematic and includes the treasures of the Qur'an, manuscripts (including scientific, literary, historical), and subjects such as painting and calligraphy, books and instruments, lighting instruments, astronomical instruments, medical instruments, and arts such as pottery, Metalworking, textiles and more. On the third floor objects are based on the historical course and relying on architectural decoration. Most of these objects have been excavated during archaeological excavations or related to authentic collections such as the Astan Shaykh Safiuddin Ardebili complex. Examples of these objects are: a bowl of clay with a Kofi inscription from Neyshabur, the 3rd century AD, part from the inscription of the brick to the Kofi line, from the Khorasan military school of Khorasan (5th century AD), the Quran of the religion and the rank of Ahmad ibn al-Shawrawdi with the date of 706 AH. The altar of the golden tile known in Paradise, Imamzadeh of Ali ibn Ja'far Qom, with inscription Kofi, Naskh, Thallith, Yusuf bin Ali ibn Muhammad ibn Abi Tahir, Kashan, dated 713 and 734 e. Swan…

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