The Iranian Freedom Tower is a masterpiece designed by architect Hossein Amanat. The monument is located in the center of a large plaza forming a symbolic entrance-complex in Tehran. The structure is comprised of four huge columns joined on top and forming four arches, two wider and taller ones and another smaller two.
It is build from eight thousand blocks of white marble stone transported from Esfahan region. The main financing came from a number of iranian industrialists. The monument was opened on 16 octomber 1971 and it stands 50 meters tall. It's best to let the images speak.
Maquam E` chahid, the algerian monument commemorating their war for independence is strongly influenced by the Borj-e Azid.