I came across a tweet today saying
It isn't only in Rome Museum that nude statues threaten Islam. Tehran's Iran Bastan Museum has nude statue of Anahita, pre-Islamic goddess.
Is artwork pre-dating the Iranian revolution generally uncensored in Iranian museums?
If the artworks are censored, are they just stored away from public view (something which can be reversed in the future - I'm flexible about when I visit Iran), or are they sold and/or destroyed?