ⓘ Barikeh-ye Sadeqi is a village in Harasam Rural District, Homeyl District, Eslamabad-e Gharb County, Kermanshah Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its populati ..

                                     

ⓘ Barikeh-ye Sadeqi

Barikeh-ye Sadeqi is a village in Harasam Rural District, Homeyl District, Eslamabad-e Gharb County, Kermanshah Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 209, in 44 families.

                                     
  • Barikeh - ye Nezam - e Olya Persian: باريكه نظام عليا also Romanized as Bārīkeh - ye Nez ām - e Olyā also known as Bārīkeh - ye Bālā, Bārīkeh - ye Nez ām, Bārīkeh - ye
  • Simani - ye Olya Persian: سيماني عليا also Romanized as Sīmānī - ye Olyā also known as Sīmān - e Bālā, Sīmānī, Sīmānī - ye Bālā, and Sīmānī - ye Bozorg is
  • Qaleh - ye Shian Persian: قلعه شيان also Romanized as Qal eh - ye Shīān and Qal eh - ye Sheyān also known as Shīān and Shīyān is a village in Shiyan Rural
  • Simani - ye Sofla Persian: سيماني سفلي also Romanized as Sīmānī - ye Sofla also known as Sīmāni, Sīmānī - ye Kūchak, and Sīmānī - ye Pā īn is a village in
  • Tappeh Goleh - ye Sofla Persian: تپه گله سفلي also Romanized as Tappeh Goleh - ye Sofla and Tappeh Galleh - ye Sofla also known as Tappeh Goleh is a village
  • Chahar Meleh - ye Sofla Persian: چهارمله سفلي also Romanized as Chahār Meleh - ye Sofla also known as Chahār Meleh - ye Arab and Chahār Meleh - ye Pā īn is
  • Mazraeh - ye Pileh Sufi Persian: مزرعه پيله صوفي also Romanized as Mazra eh - ye Pīleh Sūfī is a village in Howmeh - ye Jonubi Rural District, in the Central
  • Siah Siah - ye Sheykheh Persian: سياه سياه شيخه also Romanized as Sīāh Sīāh - ye Sheykheh also known as Sheykheh, Siahsia, Sīā Sīā, and Sīā Sīā - ye Sheykheh
  • Siah Siah - ye Habib Persian: سياه سياه حبيب also Romanized as Sīāh Sīāh - ye Ḩabīb also known as Sīā Sīā Jīb, Sīā Sīā - ye Ḩabīb, and Sīyā Sīyā is a village
  • Chahar Meleh - ye Olya Persian: چهارمله عليا also romanized as Chahār Meleh - ye Olyā also known as Chahār Meleh - ye Akbar, Chahār Meleh - ye Bālā, and Chār
  • Jangeh - ye Olya Persian: چقاجنگه عليا also Romanized as Cheqā Jangeh - ye Olyā and Cheqā Jengāh - e Olyā also known as Chakā Zhāngeh, Chaqā Jangā - ye Olyā