Teheran’s Azadi Tower Is Dressed In Lights

Teheran’s Azadi Tower Is Dressed In Lights

Standing guard like a sentry at the gates of Tehran, Iran, is the impressive Azadi Tower, built in 1971 and comprised of eight thousand white marble blocks. A combination of both Islamic and Sassanid architectural styles, the fifty-foot high tower commemorates the formation of the Persian Empire and is an interesting combination of both modern and ancient cultures.

Architect Hoss

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