Milad Tower (Persian: برج میلاد - Borj e Milād‎), also known as Tehran Tower, is a multi-purpose Iranian concrete tower built in 2007 in between the Shahrak-e Gharb and Gisha districts of Tehran. It stands at 435 m (1,427 ft) from base to the tip of the antenna. The head consists of a large pod with 12 floors, the roof of which is at 315 m (1,033 ft). Below this is a staircase and elevators to reach the area.
Milad Tower is the sixth tallest tower in the world and also the 17th tallest freestanding structure in the world.
Milad Tower is a part of The Tehran International Trade and Convention Center. The project includes the Milad telecommunication tower offering restaurants at the top with panoramic views of Tehran, a five-star hotel, a convention center, a world trade center, and an IT park. The complex seeks to respond to the needs of business in the globalized world of the 21st century by offering facilities combining trade, information, communication, convention and accommodation all in one place.
The complex features a parking area of 27,000 square meters, a large computer and telecommunication unit, a cultural and scientific unit, a commercial transaction center, a temporary ...see more showroom for exhibiting products, a specialized library, an exhibition hall and an administrative unit. Milad Tower has an octagonal base, symbolizing traditional Persian architecture.

Milad Tower consists of five main parts: foundation, transition (lobby) structure, shaft, head structure and antenna mast. The lobby structure consists of six floors. The first three floors consist of 63 trade units, 11 food courts, a cafeteria and a commercial products exhibition, which is supposed to be 260 m2 (2,800 sq ft)
The first and second floors underground consist of official and installing sections and data center. The ground floor is devoted to the entrance and visitors reception. The shaft is a concrete structure which is 315 m-high (1,033 ft) from the ground floor. In three different sides of it 6 elevators are used to transfer the visitors to the head of the tower at the speed of 7 m/s (0.0070 km/s) and there is an emergency staircase exists at the fourth side.
Tehran Milad tower ancient coins museum is located at the 4th floor of the head structure with the view of the area at the bottom of the tower. The ticket price for this floor plus open observation deck is about 140000 Rials which can be bought online or at the ticket counter located in the tower.
The 5th floor of the head structure is a beautiful place to display artists’ valuable works of visual arts. The aim of the tower’s managers is to create a specific area by the use of facilities in order to introduce these works to those interested in these arts.
The tower bears a striking resemblance to Toronto’s CN Tower, with the octagonal concrete shaft tapering slightly up to a pod with 12 floors. The pod is home to an observation deck, a revolving restaurant, a ‘sky dome’ and various TV, radio and traffic control functions.


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Tehran's Tourist attractions

Khojir National Park

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Khojir and Sorkheh hesar national park with an area of 9,380 hectares stand at an attitude of 1,547 m. above sea-level, besides Tehran city. This is one of the oldest protected areas in Iran that is greatly considerable in terms of biodiversity and ecological values. The major portion ...

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Shams-ol-Emareh Mansion ( Shams-ol-Emareh )


The lavish Golestan Palace is a masterpiece of the Qajar era, embodying the successful integration of earlier Persian crafts and architecture with Western influences. The walled Palace, one of the oldest groups of buildings in Teheran, became the seat of government of the Qajar family, ...

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Marble Throne ( Takht-e-Marmar )

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The Marble Throne (Takht-e marmar) is a 250 year old royal throne in Tehran, Iran. The throne was built from 1747 to 1751 for Fat'h Ali Shah Qajar. It was designed by Mirza Baba Shirazi Naqqash-Bashi and royal stonecutter Ostad Mohammad Ibrahim Isfahani. It consists of 65 marble stone ...

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Khalvat-e KarimKhani

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Dating back to 1759, this building was a part of the interior residence of Karim Khan of Zand. Its basic structure is similar to the Marble Throne. Like the latter, it is a terrace. There is a small marble throne inside the terrace. The structure is much smaller than the Marble Throne a...

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Arg of Tehran ( Citadel of Tehran )

Arg of Tehran ...

After conquering of Tehran, Afghans built a bridge on the north side of this area. In front of it they made a gate called Arg. Tehran Arg and other building inside of it, are related to safavi and Zand`s time. In Agha Mohamad khan time, it was nearly in the north of Tehran, but years ...

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Hosseiniyeh Ershad

Hosseiniyeh Er...

The Hosseinieh Ershad or Hosseiniyeh Ershad is a religious institute in Tehran, Iran. It was closed for a time by the Pahlavi government in 1972. The institute is housed in a large, domed hall, and is used for lectures on history, culture, society, and religion. The Hosseiniyeh Ershad ...

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Imam Khomeini Mosalla of Tehran

Imam Khomeini ...

Located in the capital city of Iran, the Imam Khomeini Mosalla is considered as one of the better venues for hosting various kinds of business and academic events and conferences. Easy to reach and connected to the major destinations by The Iamm Khomeini International Airport, which is ...

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Tomb of Imam Khomeini

Tomb of Imam K...

The Mausoleum of Ayatollah Khomeini houses the tomb of Ruhollah Moosavi Khomeini and Ahmad Khomeini, his second son who died in 1995. It is located to the south of Tehran in the Behesht-e Zahra (the Paradise of Zahra) cemetery. Construction commenced in 1989 following Khomeini's death o...

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Tehran's Customs

Language and dialectic

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The native Persian speakers of Iran dominate Tehran Province with a massive majority of 98.5% whilst other ethnic groups comprise 1.5% of the total population. Other ethnic minorities are noticeable within the area but no individual ethnic group holds a sizeable population within Tehra...

Haji Firooz

Haji Firooz

Hāji Piruz or Hajji Firuz, popularly (Persian: حاجی پیروز ‎) in the language of literature and satire Haji or Hajji also (Persian: هاجى ‎ a satire maker) is the traditional herald of Nowruz, the Persian New Year. He oversees celebrations for the New Year perhaps as a remnant of the anci...

Chahar Shanbeh Sury (Wednesday Light)

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Chahārshanbe Suri the last Wednesday of the Persian solar year, the eve of which is marked by special customs and rituals, most notably jumping over fire. It is celebrated in Iran and Afghanistan. It is is an ancient Iranian festival dating back to at least 1700 BCE of the early Zoroast...

Panjak or Panjeh

Panjak or Panj...

Panjak or Khamse Mostargheh referred to the last five days of the year when the weather was so cold. Since the products were in danger of freezing, people went to the mountain and planned a celebration for the weather not getting worst. During these five days, before the beginning of No...

Tehran's Costume

Tehran's Costu...

Shawl Kollah and Jobeh(something like kaftan that was often worn as a coat or overdress, usually reaching to the ankles, with long sleeves) are among formal and casual clothes that were common in Ghajar era . Shawl Kollah was a kind of turban with an old root. Men’s clothes included: s...



Iran is a very big country with variety of ethnicities and races. From region to region you hear many different accents and there are at least 4 main languages and 3 main dialects of Farsi. Tehrani accent is a dialect of modern Persian language spoken in Tehran Province, and the most co...



Golrizan traditional ceremony has been started in Iran based on an age-old tradition related to the honorable sportsman’s manners. Iranians, from long times ago due to their sense of respect and altruism have been followed this tradition and consider this ritual as a God-given blessing...



Ābgusht ( literally translated as "water-meat" ) or Dizi, is a Persian and Mesopotamian stew. It is also called Dizi, which refers to the traditional stone crocks it is served in. Some describe it as a "hearty mutton soup thickened with chickpeas." Ābgusht is usually made with lamb, chi...

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