Sahebgharaniyeh Palace

The Sahebgharaniyeh Palace (Persian: کاخ صاحبقرانیه) is a palace in Tehran, Iran. Built in 1850 by the order of Nasereddin Shah Qajar, It is one of the only Qajar buildings in the Niavaran complex.[1]

Sahebgharaniyeh Palace
کاخ صاحبقرانیه
Alternative names Jahan Nama Palace
General information
Town or city Tehran
Country Iran

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Nasereddin Shah Qajar ordered the construction of the palace in 1850 in two floors, and in the 39th year of his rule he gave himself the title “Sahebgharan” and gave the name “Sahebgharaniyeh” to the place. Mozaffareddin Shah Qajar signed the first constitution of Iran in this place. Fawzia Fuad and Mohammad Reza Pahlavi were also scheduled to have their wedding in this palace, which was cancelled due the coldness of the weather. it was also used as the working office of the Shah for several years before the revolution.[2]

Parts of Bitter Coffee and Kamalolmolk (film) and were filmed in this palace.[3]

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