ⓘ Belhezar-e Bala is a village in Qarah Chaman Rural District, Arzhan District, Shiraz County, Fars Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 109, in ..

                                     

ⓘ Belhezar-e Bala

Belhezar-e Bala is a village in Qarah Chaman Rural District, Arzhan District, Shiraz County, Fars Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 109, in 29 families.

                                     
  • Belhezar Persian: بلهزار may refer to: Belhezar - e Bala Belhezar - e Pain
  • Belhezar - e Pain Persian: بلهزارپائين also Romanized as Belhezār - e Pā īn also known as Belhezar - e Sofla is a village in Qarah Chaman Rural District
  • Barm Shur - e Olya Persian: برمشورعليا also Romanized as Barm Shūr - e Olyā also known as Barm - e Shūr - e Bālā and Barm Shūr - e Bālā is a village in Qarah
  • Tarbor - e Jafari Persian: تربرجعفري also Romanized as Tarbor - e Ja farī also known as Tarbor - e Bālā is a village in Darian Rural District, in the Central
  • Bid Zard - e Olya Persian: بيدزردعليا also Romanized as Bīd Zard - e Olyā also known as Bīd Zard - e Bālā is a village in Bid Zard Rural District, in
  • Masarm - e Olya Persian: ماصرم عليا also Romanized as Māsarm - e Olyā also known as Māsaram and Māsarm - e Bāla is a village in Kuh Mareh Sorkhi Rural
  • Romanized as Goshnekān also known as Goshneh Kān, Goshnehkān, and Goshneh Kān - e Bālā is a village in Kaftarak Rural District, in the Central District of Shiraz
  • Do, Ghebte Gholooe Dovom, Qabtaqolū, Qabtar Qolū - ye Olyā, Qeydar Qalū - ye Bālā and Qeydar Qalū - ye Olyā is a village in Zarqan Rural District, Zarqan
  • Masarm - e Sofla Persian: ماصرم سفلي also Romanized as Māsarm - e Sofla, Māsaram - e Sofla, and Māsarm - e Sofla also known as Māsaram, Māsaram - e Pā īn, and
  • Karimabad - e Jadval - e Now Persian: كريم ابادجدول نو also Romanized as Karīmābād - e Jadval - e Now also known as Jadval - e Now and Qal eh - i - Nau is a village
  • Shur - e Sofla Persian: برمشورسفلي also Romanized as Barm Shūr - e Sofla also known as Bameru, Barm - e Shūr - e Pā īn, Barm Shūr, and Barm Shūr - e Pā īn