Built in 1937, the Marmar (Marble) Palace is located in the Iranian province of Mazandaran overlooking Ramsar's wooded hills along the Caspian coast.
Combining eastern and western architecture, the palace is in the historical garden of Ramsar and under support of the Cultural Heritage Organization of Iran.
This garden covers an area of 60,000 sq.m. and is one of the most beautiful and popular tourist attractions in Mazandaran Province.
The single-storeyed rectangular structure of the palace is coupled with a central hall, rooms and a porch with columns of stone.
The architectural plan has involved great details and shows the imprint of the reign of Kingdom, with its marble, plaster and mirror works.
The palace is now a palace museum called Muzeh kakh-e Shah.