Another Wave of Criticism Against Tehran Municipality Following Construction in Fakhr al-Dowleh Mansion

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Another Wave of Criticism Against Tehran Municipality Following Construction in Fakhr al-Dowleh Mansion

Another wave of criticism against the Tehran Municipality following construction activities in the Fakhr al-Dowleh Mansion.

Simultaneously with the release of photos showing construction activities in the Fakhr al-Dowleh Mansion in Tehran and speculations about building a mausoleum to bury the remains of the Iran-Iraq war casualties in this location, criticism against the Tehran Municipality has escalated.

Some social media users in the past days and weeks have shared photos of a structure being built in the premises of the Fakhr al-Dowleh Mansion in District 12 of Tehran and reported on the construction of a mausoleum for burying the Iran-Iraq war casualties.

The Iran Watchdog website had confirmed this news on April 4th in a report titled ‘Revolution Tank Movement to Demolish a Historical Building,’ referring to the actions of Tehran’s mayor, Zahkani.

The Fakhr al-Dowleh Mansion, belonging to the daughter of Mozaffar al-Din Shah Qajar, was nationally registered in 2004 and converted into a house for eulogists in 2009.

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