Tehran (IP) - Tehran's Marble Palace is a hidden gem for tourists and history enthusiasts alike, boasting a collection of precious historical artifacts that showcase the rich cultural heritage of Iran.

Iran PressIran news: The museum houses a stunning array of ancient treasures, including engraved pottery dating back to the 5th millennium BC, which are considered some of the oldest examples of Iranian culture.

One of the highlights of the museum is a 2,500-year-old Rhyton from the Achaemenid era, along with Sassanid glass statues and stone necklaces that offer a glimpse into ancient Iranian civilization. The ancient art hall of the palace is a testament to Iran's vibrant history and showcases the beauty and craftsmanship of its past.

Visitors to Tehran Marble Museum Palace are treated to a visual feast of Iran's ancient history, with each artifact telling a unique story. Don't miss the opportunity to explore this treasure trove of Iranian art and history on your next visit to Tehran.

Photos by Parvaneh Abbasian


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