House of Leadership
Pictured here, the Imam Khomeini Hussainiya, part of the House of Leadership, is the place where the Supreme Leader usually meets public.
House of Leadership (Persian: بیت رهبری, Beit-e Rahbari; official name: Office of the Supreme Leader of Iran (Persian: دفتر مقام معظم رهبری); Daftar-e Magham-e Moazzam-e Rahbari) is the official residence, bureaucratic office and principal workplace of the Supreme Leader of Iran since 1989.
Its structure is a mixture of traditional Beit (religious office of Marja') and modern bureaucracy.
The institution is located in central Tehran and is run by Mohammad Mohammadi Golpayegani.
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