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    کاخ دادگستری تهران

    (Wikipedia) - Kakh Dadgostari Tehran Tehran Courthouse (Kakh Dadgostari Tehran) Historic court house Country City Court House architect architecture
     - coordinates 35°40′53.65″N 51°25′7.95″E / 35.6815694°N 51.4188750°E / 35.6815694; 51.4188750Coordinates: 35°40′53.65″N 51°25′7.95″E / 35.6815694°N 51.4188750°E / 35.6815694; 51.4188750
    Gabriel Guevrekian

    Kakh Dadgostari Tehran, justice palace of Tehran, is the historical courthouse of Iran.

    Gabriel Guevrekian, architect, designed it in Neoclassical architecture. The building was built between 1938 and 1946, while the construction was suspended for several years for world war II.

    Nowadays, High Council of the Judiciary is based in this building.

    • Justice statue. by Abolhassan Sadighi

    • Anushirawan the Just. by Gholamreza Rahimzadeh Argang

    • In 1970s

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