On Niavaran garden’s northeast corner located Niavaran palace with 9000m2 square, two floors and one half-floor. Its construction began in 1337 SH and was exploited in 1347 SH. First, it was a place for greeting foreign guests but eventually and during construction designated to Mohammad Reza Pahlavi and his family’s residual. Quadrilateral plan and interior decoration was inspired of Iran architecture and exploiting of modern technology. Its ornaments is compilation of pre-Islamic and Islamic arts; floors made of black stone and its opening ceiling made of aluminum. Interior decoration and furniture was designed and implemented by a French designing group. Valuable paintings, expensive carpets and various presents and gifts from different countries cover the spaces.