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Mirdamad Boulevard

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Mirdamad Boulevard

Mirdamad Boulevard
بلوار میرداماد
Length 3.3 km (2.1 mi)
Location Tehran
From Valiasr Street
To Shariati Street

Mirdamad Boulevard is the center of Davoodiyeh district in the north of Tehran. The boulevard starts from Valiasr Street in its west and continues eastward passing Mother Square up to Shariati street. Central Bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran is located in this boulevard.

There are some other important buildings in this boulevard too, for example Eskan towers and Payetakht Computer Center. There are also some classy boutiques and malls in Mirdamad, most of which located at the eastern part of the street, near Maadar (formerly and still known as Mohseni) Sq. where you can find expensive and designer brands and many young and rich people who can afford it.

Mirdamad Boulevard
Introduction of Mirdamad boulevard and Eskan complexes
From West to East
Valiasr Street
Africa Boulevard
Modares Expressway
Mirdamad Metro Station
Naft Street

Madar Square
Shahnazari Street
Vaziripour Street
Behruz Street
Shariati Street
From East to West


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