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YOU CAN WATCH THIS PRESENTATION IN MUSIC HERE (You have a link on the first slide): http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/michaelasanda-1431272-golestan4/Thank you!În partea estică a complexului Golestan se înalţă palatul Shams ol Emareh, terminat în anul 1862. Un an a durat construirea edificiului regal. Şahul Nasser ad-Din s-a inspirat din arhitectura europeana. Operă a arhitectului Ali Mohammad Kashi, clădirea este o fericită îmbinare între arhitectura europeană şi cea persană. Decorat cu splendide piese de faianţă pictată, care acoperă zidurile groase din caramidă, palatul excelează în simetrie şi frumuseţe. Shams-ol-Emareh găzduia recepţiile oficiale ale şahului, dar şi haremul acestuia. Shams-ol-Emaneh (Edifice of the Sun) is the most stunning structures of the Golestan Palace. The idea of building a tall structure came to Nasser-ol-Din Shah before his first European and from pictorial images of European buildings. The Monarch wanted a structure from which he could have panoramic views of the city. The building has two identical towers. The exterior views have multiple arches, intricate tile work and ornate windows. This building is a fusion of Persian and European architecture.

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2. Golestan Palace Complex consists of 17 palaces,museums, and Halls. Almost all of this complex wasbuilt during 200 years of Qajar kings ruling. Thesepalaces were used for many different occasions suchas coronation and other important celebrations.When Agha Mohammad Khan Qajar (17421797)chose Tehran as his capital Golestan Palace becamethe official residence of the royal Qajar family. Thepalace was rebuilt to its current form in 1865. Duringthe Pahlavi era (19251979) Golestan Palace wasused for formal royal receptions and the Pahlavidynasty built their own palace at Niavaran. The mostimportant ceremonies held in the Palace during thePahlavi era were the coronation of Reza Khan (r.1925-1941) in Takht-e Marmar and the coronation ofMohammad Reza Pahlavi (r. 1941-deposed 1979) inthe Museum Hall.Palatul Golestan (Grdina Trandafirilor), azi muzeu,este de fapt un complex de 17 palate, construitaproape n ntregime n timpul celor 200 de ani aidinastiei Qajare. Folosit cu ocazia ceremoniilorimportante a devenit reedina oficial a familieiregale atunci cnd Agha Mohammad Khan a mutatcapitala la Teheran. Complexul a fost modificat ireconstruit n 1865. 3. Shams-ol-Emaneh (Edifice of theSun) is the most stunningstructures of the Golestan Palace.The idea of building a tallstructure came to Nasser-ol-DinShah before his first Europeantravel and from pictorial images ofEuropeanbuildings. TheMonarch wanted a structure fromwhich he could have panoramicviews of the city.n partea estic a complexuluiGolestan se nal palatul Shams-ol-Emareh (Palatul Soarelui),terminat n anul 1862. Un an adurat construirea edificiului regal.ahul Nasser ad-Din s-a inspiratmult din arhitectura european.Opera arhitectuluiAliMohammad Kashi, cldirea esteo fericit mbinarentrearhitectura european i ceapersan. 4. Designed by Moayyer-ol-Mamalek, construction ofShams-ol-Emarehpalacebegan in 1861 and ended ayear after that. The architectwas Master Ali MohammadKashi.The building has twoidentical towers. Theexterior views have multiplearches, intricate tile workand ornate windows. Thisbuilding is a fusion ofPersian and Europeanarchitecture.Decorat cu splendide piesede faian pictat, careacoper zidurile groase dincrmid, palatul exceleazn simetrie i frumusee.Shams-ol-Emareh gzduiarecepiile oficiale aleahului, dar i haremulacestuia. 5. The cooling stream was a windtower to provide cool, fresh air. 6. Internet images 7. Internet images 8. Internet images 9. Internet image 10. IranText: InternetPictures: Sanda Foioreanu Nicoleta LeuArangement: Sanda FoioreanuSound: Songs From A Persian Garden- Mahsa and Marjan Vahdat www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda