Niavaran Palace to Undergo Restoration

Niavaran Palace to Undergo RestorationNiavaran Palace to Undergo Restoration

Saheb Qaraniyeh (Lord of the Centuries) Palace, also known as Niavaran Palace in a cultural complex in the north of Tehran will soon go through restoration after 2.5 years of closure. 
According to Rahmatollah Raouf, head of the complex, preliminary studies have now come to an end and heritage experts are ready to start renovations, ISNA reported. 
Earlier in 2010, a crack appeared on the ceiling of Hozkhaneh hall and later in 2013 one of the chandeliers fell down. The incidents were considered trivial and were ignored. 
Later in 2014, cracks also appeared on the northern wall of Talar-e Aineh (Mirror Hall), worrying the officials about the safety of the building. 


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