Constructed in the 1870s, Lalezar avenue – also known as “Champs-Elysées of Tehran”- was once a symbol of modernity in a pre-modern country. There were many well-known theatres, restaurants, nightclubs, bars, cinemas and shops in Lalezar Avenue. (→ See today’s Lalezar Avenue)
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