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Afif-Abad Garden, Shiraz
(4.6/5 based on 55 reviews on the web)
Formerly a royal mansion, Afif-Abad Garden, features long corridors and over 30 chambers with artistically decorated ceilings. The mansion now belongs to the Iranian military and serves as a weapons museum, featuring displays of various army-related artifacts. After touring the interior, stroll through the garden to learn more about Iranian floriculture. With our international travel planner, Shiraz attractions like Afif-Abad Garden can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • its nice has lots of trees and has a museum from can see lots of birds.I hope you go and see it 
  • A very nice and quiet place, very frequented by people locally, great for strolling through its streets, has a shop selling handicrafts of certain quality and reasonable prices. I think that is a visit that essential in Shiraz and the recommend.
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  • 位於市區的一個老花園, 在這邊基本上算是寧靜 但應該是天氣關係花卉還沒開放 而認真說來無論建築或者造景 都遠遜於其他在伊朗看過的花園 
  • A palace that belonged to kings of the past inside a a garden. It includes two museums now: museum of classic military weapons with lots of interesting classic weapons and museum of lesson. Traditional tea-house and bath are among other parts of this garden to visit.
  • Great garden and great museum of weaponry. One has to try it! :)
  • a dope place for visit and taking cool photos
  • You don't want to miss the museum. Believe me!
  • Visit here if you want to know about the weapon history of Iran