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Sanandaj Museum

Sanandaj Museum

                                                                               Kurdistan: Sanandaj Museum

 

Locating inside a famous historical monument in Sanandaj called Salar Sadi Edifice, Sanandaj Museum has a lot to offer to those who are interested in knowing about Kurdistan. This museum is divided into two parts of anthropology and archeology. By stepping in, not only could you enjoy the architectural style of Qajar dynasty which was applied in the construction of Salar Said Edifice, but also you have the chance to see many objects even from prehistory and get familiar with the customs and culture of Kurdish people. The most important part of Sanandaj Museum is where many objects found in the most important historical hill of Kurdistan are displayed. It includes women accessories, potteries, dishes, needles and etc. The museum also has a temporary display containing foreign arts of bronze and glass statues. It is in the basement or as it is called in Persian “Howz Khaneh”. Some inscriptions and gravestones are also kept in the exterior part of Sanandaj Museum. To experience this magnificent trip to history call Alaedin Travel for a Sanandaj tour.

Urmia Museum

                                                                                The second biggest historical treasure of the country in Urmia

Keeping 30 thousand historical objects, the Museum of Urmia is one of the richest museums in Iran and the second largest historical treasure of the country. This museum houses monuments from prehistoric to Islamic time and from Ururtian to Qajar periods. Visiting this museum, one can easily see and enjoy different historic and prehistoric time. 
The museum is allocated to two sections of archeology and anthropology.

 

Music Museum in Tehran

                                                                    Music Museum in Tehran

 

In north of Tehran surrounded by a beautiful garden there is music museum ,you can see all Iranian instruments that played in the past and now ,even some instruments that is invented recently. You can use an audio guide if you want.
Despite the fact that most of Tehran habitats may not even have heard about it, this place would be perfect for those who seek to get to know persian music history. And do not miss the opportunity to grab a bite in the amazing cafe inside the garden

 

Music Museum in Tehran - 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 vote

Zagros Paleolithic Museum

                                                                                                                      Zagros Paleolithic Museum

 

 Paleolithic Museum opened in 2007 and has four halls showcasing items from 100,000 to 8,000 years ago.  The first room has a documentary about stone tools and how they were made. This hall also includes a figure of the Neanderthal man. The second hall showcases the remains of humans and animals found in the Zagros area as well as a fossil collection and skulls from different parts of Europe and the Near East. The third hall includes stone tools from the Paleolithic era. The fourth hall includes stone tools and animal skeletal remains from the end of the Stone Age and Neolithic eras. The oldest item on display at the museum is a million-year-old stone tool. 

 

 

Zagros Paleolithic Museum - 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 vote

Time Museum

                                                     

                                                                   Time Museum in Tehran

Passage of time has been an issue that has always involved human mind throughout the history. Hence, human beings have always attempted to find a tool to measure time. Primary humans would probably arrange their activities according to the sunrise, advent of the night and starts. However, tools such as sun clocks, water clocks, sand clocks, fuel clocks and other mechanical clocks were gradually made.
“Time Museum” is the place that has manifested parts of human attempts to create tools for measuring time.

 

 

Time Museum - 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 vote

   

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