Kazerun (Persian: کازرون, also Romanized as Kāzerūn, Kāzarūn, and Kazeroun; also known as Kasrun) is a city in and the capital of Kazerun County, Fars Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 84,594, in 20,810 families. Its agricultural products include date palms, citrus orchards, wheat, tobacco, rice, cotton, and vines.
The nearby ruins of the ancient city of Bishapur 12 mi. (19 km) N., include bas-relief depictions from the Sasanid era (ca. 224–651). A statue ...see more of Shapur I (AD 241–272) can be found in a large cave at the site. The ruins of the Qal'eh-ye Gabri (Castle of the Gabrs, or Zoroastrians) are located on a mound S.E. of Kazerun.
The county is subdivided into six districts: the Central District, Jereh and Baladeh District, Khesht District, Kamaraj and Konartakhteh District, Kuhmareh District, and Chenar Shahijan District. The county has six cities: Kazerun, Baladeh, Khesht, Konartakhteh, Nowdan, and Qaemiyeh.