National Garden facade, the historical gorgeous compound in downtown Tehran, underwent restoration work.
Tehran Beautification Organization of Municipality has renovated some parts of the intricate tileworks and stucco designs of the structure in cooperation with the University of Tehran, the Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts Organization.
Best known as Baq-e Melli, it used to be a military shooting range during the Qajar era (1785 to 1925). It was then turned into a public park for a short while, and eventually important governmental offices and museums were constructed around it.
At the moment, the compound embraces buildings related to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the University of Art, Malek National Museum, the Post and Communication Museum, and the National Museum.