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Higher Entry Fees
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Higher Entry Fees

Entrance fees for Tehran’s palace complexes have been increased. Niavaran and Sa’dabad palace complexes in northern Tehran will now charge domestic and foreign visitors 20,000 ($0.60) and 150,000 rials ($4.5) respectively. The entrance fee for every museum and palace within each complex is now 15,000 rials ($0.45) for domestic visitors and 100,000 rials ($3) for foreign tourists, according to the website of Iran’s Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization.

 

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