Cutting down some trees in the Saadabad complex

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Cutting down some trees in the Saadabad complex

Some trees in the Saadabad Complex have been cut down.

After the incident of cutting down trees on Italy Street in Tehran, which was denied by the municipality, the Salam News website reports on the cutting down of some trees in the Saadabad Complex in the city.

This website has written that the number of trees cut down in the historical Saadabad Complex in northern Tehran is not small, by publishing images of the cut trees.

A few years ago, some trees in the Saadabad Complex in Tehran were cut down to build a gallery restaurant, and cultural heritage officials justified this action by claiming that the mentioned trees were obstructive and harmful to the environment.

In recent days, the publication of images of at least four trees being cut down on Italy Street in Tehran has sparked widespread criticism on social media.

The Saadabad Cultural and Historical Complex, with an area of over 110 hectares in northern Tehran, includes several hectares of natural forests, gardens, greenhouses, and streets.


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