ⓘ Cham-e Mahavi is a village in Jarahi Rural District, in the Central District of Mahshahr County, Khuzestan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population wa ..

                                     

ⓘ Cham-e Mahavi

Cham-e Mahavi is a village in Jarahi Rural District, in the Central District of Mahshahr County, Khuzestan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 115, in 21 families.

                                     
  • Kem may refer to: Places Kem, alternative name for Cham - e Mahavi a village in Khuzestan Province, Iran Kem, Russia, a town in the Republic of Karelia
  • Cham - e Seyyed Latif Persian: چم سيدلطيف also Romanized as Cham - e Seyyed Latīf is a village in Jarahi Rural District, in the Central District of Mahshahr
  • Benivar - e Sofla Persian: بنيوارسفلي also Romanized as Benīvār - e Sofla also known as Benvār - e Sofla, Bonvār - e Pā īn, and Bonvār - e Sofla is a village
  • Maksar - e Sofla Persian: مكسرسفلي also Romanized as Maksar - e Sofla also known as Magsar, Magsar - e Sofla, and Maksar - e Pā īn is a village in Jarahi
  • Maksar - e Olya Persian: مكسرعليا also Romanized as Maksar - e Olyā and Moksar - e Olyā also known as Benvār - e Kūchek, Magsar, Magsar - e Olyā, Maksar
  • Tekheyt - e Olya Persian: تخيطعليا also Romanized as Tekheyt - e Olyā and Tekheyt - e Olyā also known as Tachayat, Takheyt, Tekheyt - e Bālā, Tokhīt, Tūkhīt
  • Benivar - e Vosta Persian: بنيواروسطي also Romanized as Benīvār - e Vosta also known as Benvār - e Vosta and Bonvār - e Vosta is a village in Jarahi Rural
  • Maqtu - e Sofla Persian: مقطوع سفلي also Romanized as Maqtū - e Sofla also known as Maqtū - e Pā īn is a village in Jarahi Rural District, in the Central
  • Tekheyt - e Sofla Persian: تخيطسفلي also Romanized as Tekheyt - e Sofla also known as Tekheyt - e Pā īn and Tokīt is a village in Jarahi Rural District
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  • Abu Alayej - e Olya Persian: ابوعلايج عليا also Romanized as Abū Alāyej - e Olyā also known as Albū Alāyej - e Bālā and Albū Alāyej - e Olyā is a village