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Eyewitnesses Contributing to Golestan Palace Oral History

Eyewitnesses Contributing to  Golestan Palace Oral History Eyewitnesses Contributing to  Golestan Palace Oral History

Oral history of Golestan Palace, the oldest royal complex in Tehran, is being compiled by the research office of the palace, a UNESCO world heritage center.
So far, eight people, who witnessed the events and developments in the palace, have been interviewed by the office, ISNA reported on its Persian website.
The people who cooperated with the oral history project and helped gather information and documentation of the palace include Ahmad Dezvarei, director of the museums at Golestan Palace from 1960s to 2000s; Hassan Alaeeni, head of Golestan libraries from the 1980s to 2000s; Ahmad-Reza Heshmati, technical manager of the palace in 1990s and 2000s; and curator Mohammad Hassan Semsar who has been collaborating with the world heritage center since the 1950s and now is a senior member of the research office.

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