Sa'adat Abad

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For the 2011 Iranian film, see Felicity Land. For other places, see Sa'adatabad (disambiguation).
Sa'adat Abad in Tehran map (in black)

Sa'adat Abad (Persian: سعادت آباد‎‎) is a neighborhood located in northwestern Tehran. It's air quality has recently deteriorated, because it has become overcrowded and heavily congested with traffic. Saadat Abad is also close to the Evin district that houses the Evin Prison, which is the largest prison in Iran.

Sa'adat Abad also contains the Tehran International School (Boys Section),[1] located in Farhang square. The school consists of roughly two hundred students and is a registered IB (International Baccalaureate School). Property values in Sa'adat Abad are usually between 50 and 100 million Rials (IRR) per square meter.

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  1. ^ Dagres, Holly. "Memories of Tehran International School" (Archive). Your Middle East. April 29, 2013. Retrieved on September 16, 2015.

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Coordinates: 35°46′55″N 51°22′30″E / 35.78194°N 51.37500°E / 35.78194; 51.37500