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  • It came to be known as such in 50s and 60s when Professor Pope, the American art historian wrote an article titled: Survey of Iranian Arts in Sepid-o-Siah magazine on this unique house and its valuable historical objects.The house belonged to Mohsen Moqadam the youngest son of Ehtesab-o-al-Molk, the mayor of Naser-aldin’s Shah’s era. Mohsen Moqadam was one of the fist Iranian archaeologists who worked with great specialists of this field at several historical sites. He was the founder of Fine Art College and taught at Tehran university. Together with his French wife, they decide to dedicate their lives to set up a museum of all the valuable objects on the verge of demolition.

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