Bagh Feiz is a neighborhood in west Tehran bound to Shahid Hakim
highway on the south, to Shahid Hemmat highway on the north, to
Sattari highway on the west and to Ashrafi Esfahani highway on the
east which falls into the limits of District 5 of Tehran. Emamzadeh
Ja'far, one of the famous shrines in Tehran, is located at this
Tirazheh shopping mall, which is
known as the Wonderland, is also located at this neighborhood.
In past years, the neighborhood was covered by thick woods and
gardens comprising pomegranate, walnut, and berry trees. Part of
those lands were later converted to a residential complex for the
staff of the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting, but the rest of
the gardens have been preserved as a national garden.
Construction of buildings in this neighborhood started under the
second Pahlavi monarch and due to development of such
infrastructures as water and power, residential units were soon
built across the neighborhood.
Bagh Feiz square is the central point of the neighborhood which is
also home to Mikhak, Fereshteh, and 22 Bahman parks.