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Gulistan or Golestan or Golastan (Persian: گلستان‎ Golestân (UniPers); meaning "flower garden" or "rose garden") may refer to:


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Iranian Borders After Gulistan Treaty Different locks from Safavid and Qajar era on display at Abyaz Palace museum inside the Golestan Palace complex. Abyaz (White) Palace, now the museum of anthropology was built on a  site which used to be Agha Mohammad Khan's tower. West Radkan Tower in Kordkoy / Golestan Started in 1017 and finished in 1021 AD, it's the resting place of one of Tabarestan generals named Abu Jafar Mohammad Gilan, the historical Golestan Hamam in the city of Sangar probably dates back to Pahlavi I era. Golestan's Gonbad Kavoos Dome is the world's tallest Tower made of bricks. Built in 11th century AD during Al-Ziar dynasty, it's 55m tall. Gonbad Qabus 72m Tower located in Golestan Province (formerly known as Dasht-e Gorgan) is a remnant of Ziyarid architecture; it is still the tallest pure-brick tower in the world, an enormous decagon a conic roof forming the golden ratio (Phi = 1.618)
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