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Masoudieh Mansion

Masoudieh MansionMasoudieh Mansion

Masoudieh, a luxurious mansion from the Qajar era (1786-1925) is located in southwest of Baharestan Square in the southern part of the city.
Most visitors remember the mansion first for its fine architecture and then its exquisite café where a brunch can ensure a fond memory of the place.
Masoudieh is named after Masoud Mirza, son of Qajar king Nasser al-Din Shah. The prince was a governor of Isfahan  and the opulent structure was built in 1879 as his Tehran residence. 


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