By ?amid Riz?a Nawruzi ?alab = Tehran, past & present : a glance a the features of life, art and architecture compiler and executive manager Hamid Reza Norouzi Talab.
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The ruins of ancient Rey situated 9 kilometers south ofTehran. Photo from: "IRAN DAS NEUE PERSIEN, BY: AXEL VON GRAEFF, 1937. )l:; ~Jl£. l;W "-! ~L ...... > u-k . :,I ....... [;.. U;; "-! )~ ~~I . ,s ...... )J (5J . t JL.... )J J J~ ...... U:. uw.... J~ ...... Jy.. S....... "':;';'L.... r. 1....... * ~ . J 49 \Ot Tehran was less important than Rey in the middle ages. From the 16th century AD onwards the attention paid to it by various kings, most notably Shah Tahmasb I of the Safavid dynasty and Karim Khan Zand, indicates that it had gained significant political and military importance and had, by then, already eclipsed and replaced the older City.