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Eynali

Eynali is a mountain range in north of Tabriz, Iran. The range has a couple of peaks including Eynali, Halileh, Pakeh-chin, Bahlul and the highest one Dand. It has red soil and Eynali peak Dand are visible from almost everywhere in Tabriz. There is a tomb at top of the mountain which is believed to be the grave of two clerics which the mountains name is related to them. There is a belief among people that originally the building was a Zoroasterian temple or a Church that the shrine name to is a cover to saving the structure from destruction during Muslims invasion. A paved road connects th ...

Mishodaghi Mount

Mishoodaghi Mount is a mountain range in East Azerbaijan Province of Iran. It is located between Tasouj, Marand, and Shabestar cities. Mishodaghi peak has several peaks including: Ali-Alamdar, Falak daghi, Kooseh-Baba, and Uzoun-Bel. Yam Ski Resort is located in northern foot hills of Mishodaghi. Mishoodaghi has a diverse wild life. Since 2007, it is considered a protected area by Department of Environmental of Iran. The best access route to Mishoodaghi is Road 32 Iran in between Tabriz-Marand. This road passes through north eastern hills of Mishoodaghi.

Qaramalik

Qaramalik is a historical neighbourhood in west of Tabriz, Iranian Azerbaijan. Qaramalik is surrounded by Aji Chay river from north, Ravasan and Tabriz railway station in south and Hokmavar and Sham Qazan in east. Qaramalik used to be a village near Tabriz, however after the destruction of the walls of the city in late nineteenth century and then expansion of the city, it became part of Tabriz and is now a part of district 6 of Tabriz municipality. During 1960s and 1970s Qaramalik changed rapidly from a village with agriculture economy into an industrial region, when Tabriz Mashin Sazi fac ...

                                     

ⓘ East Azerbaijan Province geography stubs

  • is a rural district dehestan in Hurand District, Ahar County, East Azerbaijan Province Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 8, 241, in 1, 602 families
  • is a rural district dehestan in Hurand District, Ahar County, East Azerbaijan Province Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 6, 394, in 1, 372 families
  • rural district dehestan in the Central District of Sarab County, East Azerbaijan Province Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 14, 066, in 3, 454
  • district dehestan in the Central District of Hashtrud County, East Azerbaijan Province Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 5, 595, in 1, 231 families
  • district dehestan in the Central District of Marand County, East Azerbaijan Province Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 13, 022, in 3, 230
  • Rural District, in the Central District of Bostanabad County, East Azerbaijan Province Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 2, 367, in 554 families
  • district dehestan in the Central District of Kaleybar County, East Azerbaijan Province Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 3, 846, in 838 families
  • Garmeh - ye Shomali Rural District, Kandovan District, Meyaneh County, East Azerbaijan Province Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 673, in 119 families
  • district dehestan in the Central District of Hashtrud County, East Azerbaijan Province Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 4, 318, in 960 families
  • district dehestan in the Central District of Marand County, East Azerbaijan Province Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 9, 038, in 2, 252 families
                                     

Baron Avak

Baron Avak is an old neighbourhood in the city center of Tabriz in Iranian Azerbaijan. The inhabitants of Baron Avak are mostly among the Iranian Armenian minority of Tabriz. The neighbourhood contains several historic and contemporary buildings and organizations dedicated to the Armenians of Tabriz, such as several churches, sportsclubs, gardens and schools. The name of the neighbourhood comes after Avak Avakian, who was the wealthy founder of the neighbourhood in nineteenth century.

                                     

Mount Bozgush

Mount Bozgush, Bozqush or Bozqush Kuh is a 3.306 metres volcanic mountain 20 km south of Sarab and north of Mianeh, East Azarbaijan Province, Iran. Tulips are cultivated on the rich volcanic soil of Mount Bozgush, and medicinal herbs such as pennyroyal, thyme, borage, nettle and liquorice grow wild on the mountains slopes. Mount Bozgush is a stratovolcano composed mostly of andesite.

                                     

Golestan Park

Golestan Park is a historical park in Tabriz, Iran. The park is located near to Qonqa Square in city center. The place, which was originally used as a public cemetery, was changed to a city park during the second Pahlavi era. Marble clock tower, which was recently devastated, was founded in front of the main entrance to the Park.

                                     

Gurigol Lake

Lake Quri-gol is a small fresh to brackish lake in the uplands of East Azarbaijan Province in north-western Iran. Together with the adjacent reed marshes it is an important breeding area for waterfowl. A 1.2 km² site was designated as a Ramsar Convention wetland protection site on 23 June 1975.

                                     

Imamzadeh Sayyid Muhammad Kojajani

Imamzadeh Sayyid Muhammad Kojajani is an Imamzadeh mosque-complex in Kojajan of Tabriz.The mosque contains the grave of Shams al-Din Sayyid Muhammad ben Sadiq ben Muhammad, descendant of the Twelver Shīah Imām, Zayn al-Ābidīn.

                                     

Khaqani Park

Khaqani Park or Boostan Khaqani is a small park in Tabriz, located between the Azerbaijan Museum and the Blue mosque. The park is named after the 12th century Persian Poet Khaqani Shirvani, who died in Tabriz.

                                     

Marand County

Marand County is a county in East Azerbaijan Province in Iran. The capital of the county is Marand. At the 2006 census, the countys population was 229.215, in 59.097 families. The county is subdivided into two districts: the Central District and Yamchi District. The county has seven cities: Marand, Jolfa, Hadishahr, Benab e Marand, Koshksaray, Yamchi, and Zonuz.

                                     

Nobar

Nobar is an ancient and historical district in south of Tabriz, Iran. Nobar bath and Saat Tower are located in this district. The Saat Tower was built by in 1934 at the site of the historical cemetery of the Nobar district.

                                     

Roshdiyeh

Roshdiyeh or Roshdiyeh town or Roshdie is the name of a quarter in northeast Tabriz, Iran. It is famous for its modern architecture. The name derives from Haj-Mirza Hassan Roshdieh, a pioneer of Iranian education.

                                     

Tabriz County

Tabriz County is a county in East Azerbaijan Province of Iran. The capital of the county is Tabriz. At the 2006 census, the countys population was 1.557.241, in 423.775 families. The county is subdivided into two districts: the Central District and Khosrowshahr District. The county has five cities: Tabriz, Basmenj, Sardrud, Malek Kian, and Khosrowshah.