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A lovely Palace

Words can fail to flow as all the destinations are a delight. The Green Palace is a gem and in... read more

Reviewed 31 May 2017
Grant M
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Umhlanga Rocks, South Africa
Shahvand Palace (AKA Green or Sabz Palace)

It will not be fair if one visits Saadabad Complex and doesn't go to Shahvand Palace or Green... read more

Reviewed 21 May 2017
flyfisher66
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Islamabad, Pakistan
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31 May 2017
“A lovely Palace”
20 May 2017
“Shahvand Palace (AKA Green or Sabz Palace)”
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Reviewed 31 May 2017

Words can fail to flow as all the destinations are a delight. The Green Palace is a gem and in summer time a real beaut as the surrounding trees add to the greenness. A must visit.

Thank Grant M
Reviewed 21 May 2017

It will not be fair if one visits Saadabad Complex and doesn't go to Shahvand Palace or Green Palace or Sabz Palace, all names of the same place. Purely from it's size, I wouldn't call it a palace per se. It's rather small for a...More

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Reviewed 27 January 2017

This palace is located within the Saadabad Complex. You need to purchase a separate ticket to enter the palace but it's highly recommended. I can't possibly see someone going all the way to Saadabad Complex and not visiting the Green Palace!

1  Thank BardiaSaeedi
Reviewed 23 July 2016

A Qajar palace, part of the whole complex of house palaces in the cool green summer get away for the royals. Don't miss the mirrored hall, gosh those Qajars did love those mirrored surfaces!

1  Thank Miriahm D
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