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Historical House to Reopen as Book Cafe

Historical House to  Reopen as Book Cafe Historical House to  Reopen as Book Cafe

A historic mansion in Tehran dating back over a century from the Qajar era is being restored and converted into a book cafe.
The house belonged to Mahin-ol-Molk, the son-in-law of Mozaffar ad-Din Shah, who was the fifth Qajar king reigning from 1896 until his death in 1907.
Head of Tehran Municipality's office for Historical Texture and Monuments, Ali Mohammad Saadati, dismissed media reports describing the project as government-run, stressing it was funded privately without any financial assistance from the municipality or other state organizations.

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