ⓘ Askaleh-ye Bandar Emam is a village in Bandar-e Emam Khomeyni Rural District, Bandar-e Emam Khomeyni District, Mahshahr County, Khuzestan Province, Iran. At the ..

                                     

ⓘ Askaleh-ye Bandar Emam

Askaleh-ye Bandar Emam is a village in Bandar-e Emam Khomeyni Rural District, Bandar-e Emam Khomeyni District, Mahshahr County, Khuzestan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 8, in 5 families.

                                     
  • Bandar - e Emam Khomeyni Persian: بندرامام خمینی also Romanized as Bandare Emam Xomeyni formerly, Bandar Sahpur is a city and capital of Bandar - e Emam
  • Bandar - e Emam Khomeyni District Persian: بخش بندر امام خمینی is a district bakhsh in Mahshahr County, Khuzestan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census
  • Shahrak - e Vali - ye Asr Persian: شهرك ولي عصر also Romanized as Shahrak - e Valī - ye Asr also known as Mey Gholāmak is a village in Bandar - e Emam Khomeyni
  • Bandar - e Emam Khomeyni Rural District Persian: دهستان بندرامام خميني is a rural district dehestan in Bandar - e Emam Khomeyni District, Mahshahr County
  • Central District and Bandar - e Emam Khomeyni District. The county has three cities: Bandar - e Mahshahr, Chamran, and Bandar - e Emam Khomeyni. Census of
  • also Romanized as Behesht Shahadā is a village in Bandar - e Emam Khomeyni Rural District, Bandar - e Emam Khomeyni District, Mahshahr County, Khuzestan Province
  • Romanized as Sherkat - e Nīrpārs is a village in Bandar - e Emam Khomeyni Rural District, Bandar - e Emam Khomeyni District, Mahshahr County, Khuzestan Province
  • Bandar - e Mahshahr Persian: بندرماهشهر also Romanized as Bandar - e Māhshahr, Bandar - e Ma shūr, Bandar Mah - Shahr, Bandar Mah Sharh, Bandar - mashoor, Bandar - Mashour
  • Tovjiyeh - ye Bala Persian: تويجيه بالا also Romanized as Tovjīyeh - ye Bālā also known as Toveyjīyeh - ye Pā īn and Tovjīyeh is a village in Jarahi Rural
  • Hadameh - ye Vosta Persian: هدامه وسطي also Romanized as Hadāmeh - ye Vosta and Ḩaddāmeh - ye Vosta also known as Hadāmeh - ye Mīānī, Ḩaddāmeh, Haddāmeh - ye Dovom