Timche Akbarian dates back to almost 260 years from the Qajar era when its main purpose was for exchange and gold. Later it was developed into the first bank of Iran ran mainly by Jews who were the prominent residents of Oudlajan neighborhood.

As of today, there’s no bank or money exchange but the place has been delicately restored into a Dizi Sara and tea house where tea comes in thin waist cups and along with sugar canes.

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Timche Akbarian dates back to almost 260 years from the Qajar era when its main purpose was for exchange and gold.

  • Address

    Tehran, No 82 Oudlajan Street

  • Telephone

    +98 21 3391 9697

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  • Opening hours

    Everyday 12:00 to 23:00

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