Bileh Savar (Persian: بیله سوار‎, also Romanized as Bīleh Savār) is a city in and the capital of Bileh Savar County, in Ardabil Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 14,027, in 3,251 families.
The county contains two districts: the Central District and Qeshlaq Dasht District. The county has two cities: Bileh ...see more Savar and Jafarabad. The town is the site of a border crossing with Republic of Azerbaijan.
Name of this city in older times was pronounced Pileh-Savar which means "Great Rider" in Old Azeri Language, the Iranian Language of the area, before Turkic entered this region.
Pile-Savar was built by a dignitary of the Buyid dynasty who was called Pile-Savar (the Great Rider). Road 33 connects it to Ardabil. Reference:

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