ⓘ Chah Pir is a village in Ahram Rural District, in the Central District of Tangestan County, Bushehr Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 897, ..

                                     

ⓘ Chah Pir

Chah Pir is a village in Ahram Rural District, in the Central District of Tangestan County, Bushehr Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 897, in 207 families.

                                     
  • Pir Kola Chah Persian: پيركلاچاه also Romanized as Pīr Kolā Chāh also known as Pīr Kelā Chāy, Pīrkolāchā, Pīr Kolā Chāy, Pīr Kuleh Chāh Pīr Kūleh
  • Mowtowr - e Pir Bakhsh Kamkar Persian: موتور پير بخش کامکار also Romanized as Mowtowr - e Pīr Bakhsh Kāmkār also known as Mowtowr - e Pīr Bakhsh is a village
  • Ziarat - e Pir Karkan Persian: زيارت پير کرکان also Romanized as Zīārat - e Pīr Karkān also known as Zīārat is a village in Chah Dadkhoda Rural District
  • Chah - e Pahn Persian: چاه پهن also Romanized as Chāh - e Pahn and Chāh Pahn also known as Chāh Pahn - e Kākī, Chah Pahn Kaki, and Chān Pahn is a village
  • Chah Talkh - e Shomali Persian: چاه تلخ شمالي also Romanized as Chāh Talkh - e Shomālī also known as Chāh Talkh - e Pā īn is a village in Delvar Rural
  • Chah Talkh - e Jonubi Persian: چاه تلخ جنوبي also Romanized as Chāh Talkh - e Jonūbī also known as Chāh Talkh, Chāh Talkh - e Bālā, and Shāh Talkh is a
  • Pir Hajat Persian: پيرحاجات also Romanized as Pīr Ḩājāt and Pir - i - Hajat also known as Pīr Hāji and Pir Hajji is a village in Pir Hajat Rural District
  • Chah Kahnuiyeh Persian: چاه كهنوئيه also Romanized as Chāh Kahnū īyeh, Chāh - e Kahnū īyeh, and Chāh - e Kahnūyeh also known as Chah - i - Kahnau is a village
  • Rofuh Chah Persian: رفوه چاه also Romanized as Rofūh Chāh also known as Rafū Chāh Rofū Chāh Roof Chah Rūbāchāh, Rubachakh, Rūfchā, and Rūfchāh
  • Chah Paliz Persian: چاه پاليز also Romanized as Chāh Pālīz also known as Chāh Bolū, Chāh Fālīz, Chāh Pali, and Chāh Polī is a village in Kuh Yakhab
  • Chah Gani Persian: چاه گني also Romanized as Chāh Ganī also known as Chāganī, Chāganu, Chāgūnī, Chāh - e Gūnū, Chah Gooni, Chāh Gūnī, Chāh Gūnow, Chāh