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Ebrat Museum, Tehran

(3.2/5 based on 10+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • This museum provides a useful contrast between the ancient and modern history of Iran, and also an interesting challenge to typical western propaganda against the Iranian state. There's a very detaile...  more »
  • Touring the cells where prisoners were kept, reading records of their lives and the forms of torture they were subjected to makes for a ghastly experience. Photo walls of victims are particularly harr...  more »
  • At least you need 2 hours for visiting here, a your leader join you whether you want are do not want, cells are awful and sad, this museum try to show bad behavior of Shah guards with prisoners, of co...  more »
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  • Former secret prison, some memorabilia and scenes with dummies, good with a guide, probably still valuable on your own. Might shock the more sensitive. I found it well done and learned quite a lot, great insights.
  • At least you need 2 hours for visiting here, a your leader join you whether you want are do not want, cells are awful and sad, this museum try to show bad behavior of Shah guards with prisoners, of course this prison was open years after Islamic revolution.
  • Guided tours of a prison and it's history with questionable views about the former Shah's secret police
  • an old jail
  • This museum traces than it has been in the past, namely the prisons of Savak, the Shah's political police. Sometimes it would seem ominous but is a path to do to understand this country and its key players. The spiritual leader Khamenei was "guest" in this prison, Ditto the former President Rasvanjani.
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