A spring day at Iranian Art Museum Garden  

April 14, 2019

Photos depict people reveling in bright weather at the Iranian Art Museum Garden in northern Tehran on March 21, 2019, which marks the first day of the current Iranian year.

Covering an area less than one hectare, the richly-manicured garden boasts blossoming tulips, lilies, roses, daffodils, and elevated trees. Some say that it’s a very epitome of Persian Garden.

The Iranian Art Museum Garden is also home to miniature models of many historical sites such as mosques, bridges, strongholds, and edifices. The mockups may be very interesting for many, especially those who visit the garden for the first time.

For citizens, it’s a favorable opportunity to cement a friendship with nature and to grasp another face of Tehran during Noruz.

In the absence of stop-and-go traffic, the sprawling metropolis becomes one of Iran’s least crowded cities while choking air pollution and streets teeming with people become rare scenes.

The genuine concept of the Persian Garden, which is a World Heritage, is deeply rooted in time interweaves natural elements with manmade components to embody an idea of creating a paradise on Earth by the means of artistic, philosophical, figurative, and religious notions.

The Iranian Art Museum Garden is situated in Elahieh neighborhood.

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