The brick walls that form the perimeter of the former US embassy in Teheran feature a number of anti-American murals commissioned by the government. You will find murals “Down with USA”, a gun with the stars and stripes, the skull of the Statue of Liberty and one portraying imam Ruhollah Musavi Khomeini. After the fall of the embassy in November 1979, Revolutionary Guard used it as a training center, and continue to maintain the complex. The site has a bookstore and a museum but both are closed to foreigners and the general Iranian public.
Also in the rest of the city in Teheran you will find lots of murals of imam Ruhollah Musavi Khomeini, sometimes together with imam Ali Khamenei. Presidents and other persons, with the exceptions of martyrs, are transitory and do no belong on the walls.
Probably the most famous mural is the “Down with the USA” on the Karim-Khan e-Zand building in Teheran. In the US flag the stars are replaced with skulls and the stripes with falling bombs.
In Shiraz, the wall of a military base is decorated with murals. The paintings portray the martyrs who died as hero’s in the Iraq-Iran war (First Persian Gulf War) lasting from September 1980 to August 1988.