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Damavand

Damavand

Damavand (Persian: دماوند‎, also Romanized as Damāvand and Demāvend; also known as Qaşabeh-e Damāvand) is a city in and the capital of Damavand County, Tehran Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 56,315, in 11,279 families. Damavand is an ancient and historic city. The...

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Ista village

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Imamzade davood

Imamzade davoo...

Immamzadeh Davood is the mausoleum of Davood-ebne Emad who was the grandson of Imam Zeinolabedin (peace be upon him). It is located in northwest of Tehran in a mountainous region drawing hordes of pilgrims to this holy place. The tomb of Immamzadeh has been built during Safavi era and d...

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Stone castle inn

Stone castle i...

Ghale Sangi Caravansary belongs to Saljooghian era and is located in Qom Township, Mohammad Abad Kaj Village. This stony building used to be a caravansary in times of peace and be a military fortress in war. The castle is so simple with31 rooms. The rooms are directly connected with fr...

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Damavand

Damavand

Damavand (Persian: دماوند‎, also Romanized as Damāvand and Demāvend; also known as Qaşabeh-e Damāvand) is a city in and the capital of Damavand County, Tehran Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 56,315, in 11,279 families. Damavand is an ancient and historic city. The...

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Pakdasht

Pakdasht

Pakdasht (Persian: پاکدشت‎, also Romanized as Pākdasht; also known as Palasht, Palesht, Palishth, Polasht, and Pol Dasht) is a city in and the capital of Pakdasht County, Tehran Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 126,281, in 32,625 families. Pakdasht is located 25 ki...

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