Originally built as a royal residence and treasury, the Sun Palace in Kalat Naderi, north-eastern Iran, has turned into a museum.

Sun Palace- Ghasr-e Khorshid in Persian- is a tourist attraction in Kalat Naderi, Khorasan Razavi Province.  

The palace was built in 1151 HQ by order of Nader Shah of Afsharid Dynasty as both a place of residence and treasury.  

The palace currently serves as a museum of anthropology. 

The following images of the palace have been released by different sources:

 

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