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Hooshang Seyhoon

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Hooshang Seyhoon

Hooshang Seyhoon (b. August 22, 1920 in Tehran, Iran[1]) is a prominent Iranian architect. Seyhoon became famous for his design work in the 1950s in Iran, including: Tehran's Central Railway Station and tombs of scientific/literary figures (such as Avicenna's mausoleum in Hamadan).[2] He has been a faculty member of Tehran University's College of Architecture, where he also served as Dean of the College of Fine Arts (Beaux arts) of Tehran University for six years.[1]

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