On the pretext of World Post Day

Oct 8, 2021
When Nikolai Markov, a prominent Iranian-Georgian architect, built the first 15,000 square-meter brick building in the national architectural style for the post and customs office on Sepah Street in 1928 with a contract worth 500,000 tomans. He certainly did not imagine that it would one day become the National Museum of Communications. This large building with a brick and stone facade with a symmetrical combination was built on the south side of the Mashgh square. According to experts, the post building is the most dramatic work of Markov architecture; A work that we toured on the pretext of World Post Day.
Hamid Raza Darajati

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