Tehran is now the capital and the largest and most populous city in Iran, which is one of the 25 most populated cities in the world. But this city has never been this way, and history has seen its rise and the gradual evolution of its spread from a small village to a large metropolis. Tehran is the political and administrative center of Iran. This old city has flourished from the Qajar dynasty and now it has a large population between all the cities of the country. Tehran from the north to the mountainous regions, and from the south to the desert areas, resulting in different weather conditions in the south and north. The northern, cold and dry weather, and the southern regions of the warm and dry climate. The symbol of Tehran is the Tower of Azadi. The Milad Tower is another symbol of it. Tehran hosts nearly half of Iran's industrial activities, manufactures automotive, electrical and electronic equipment, textiles, sugar, cement and chemicals in the city. Tehran is also the largest market for carpets and furniture products throughout Iran. Since the history of Rey goes to 5,000 BC, Tehran history was also linked to it. But in 2014, the founding of the human skeleton (The lady of Tehran) in Tehran Molavi neighborhood broke down all the equations. This skeleton belongs to 7,000 BC. Also, the signs of ancient civilization and ancient artifacts found on the other neighborhoods in Tehran, have shown that in ancient times people lived in this area. Tehran became the capital of the Qajar dynasty in the time of Agha Mohammad Khan. In the first Pahlavi era, Tehran became a modern facade, and now it is a metropolis with about eight million inhabitants. In this part of our blog we introduce you the Tehran attractions, museums, old buildings, bazaars and palaces and beautiful places.