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Valiasr Street is the longest north - South road in Tehran which is linking the richest neighborhoods to most deprived one. Formerly known as Pahlavi Road, This Street has been established in 1921 to create a private link between ‘Marmar’ Palace in ‘Kakh’ neighborhood to ‘SaadAbad’ Palace in ‘Shemiran’, after 1941 it has become public street which is mostly known by its plane trees planted every 2 meter. Until 1953 it was known as a �recreation area because of good weather and green hills. After establishment of restaurants and clubs along it and the dedication of the �adjacent lands to army forces the official, �commercial and residential buildings were formed along the street in ‘Mohammadreza Shah’ era and the most important squares were linked by this street. After the revolution the name of the street changed to Valiasr and the street became a place for window shopping and �lingering After 2009 protestation against election results, this street has become a gathering place for social events especially for middle class who are the main residents of adjacent �neighborhoods and have the dominant power over this urban space

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