Formerly used as a garage, the vintage car museum of Tehran’s Niavaran Palace houses the Pahlavi family’s private cars, small motorcycles owned by their children, and some car replicas.

The most beautiful cars on display are two Rolls-Royces dating back to the second Pahlavi era.

Built in an area of about 200 square metres, it is not a specialized car museum, as the managers’ approach has been to protect and introduce the cars by providing a basic knowledge along with a historical narrative.

What follows are ILNA’s photos of the museum:

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