The history of Azadi Tower dates back to 1967. This year, the design of an Iranian identification symbol was put up for competition among Iranian architects, and in the end, the design of the 24-year-old architect Hossein Amanat won and was selected for construction. The construction of Azadi Tower began on November 4, 1970, and after twenty-eight months of work, it was put into operation on January 15, 1971 under the name of Shahyad Tower
Some of Tehran’s winter concerts are held in the conference hall of Azadi Tower in Tehran. Buy tickets for these types of concerts from ticket sales sites
Visiting Azadi Tower and its different parts is possible by preparing a ticket, which is not possible to buy through the portal
One of the best places in Tehran for high-altitude photography is the top of Tehran’s Azadi Tower, which, like the upper part of Tehran’s Milad Tower, has a beautiful view of different parts of the capital.