Ahvaz

What is Ahvaz known for?


modern medical

او در آموزش پزشکی نوین ایران'' (Dr. Charles Oberling and his role in Iran's modern medical education). شمس شریعت تربقان. TUMS (Tehran University of Medical Sciences) Publications. 2007. * Germany: Berlin, Cologne, Mannheim, and Munich * Iran: Ahvaz, Kermanshah, Mashhad, Orumiyeh (Urmia), Qom, and Tehran * Jordan: Amman **Abu Musa Island - Abu Musa Airport **Ahvaz - Ahvaz Airport **Asalouyeh - Asalouyeh


football games

foreigners and the ones that do are not up to foreign standards. But they are inexpensive. Naderi Hotel is a decent one. Mid-range Oxin Hotel is near the airport and is moderately priced. It has an excellent restaurant and the rooms are clean and they have great air conditioning. They also have large screen televisions in the lobby and mostly show football games. They speak very good English and can help you arrange any kind of tour or transport. Hotel Iran is reasonably ok, but make sure u


major association

complexes: Takhti Stadium (Takhti Stadium (Ahvaz)) and a newly constructed stadium Ghadir Stadium. There are several other smaller complexes for martial arts, swimming pools and gymnasiums. Also, a new privately owned stadium (New Foolad Stadium) is currently under construction by Foolad F.C. in Ahvaz. Football Football (Association football) is a major part of the city's culture. The numerous enthusiasm has made Ahvaz home to three Iranian major Association football Football


main study

Esteghlal Ahvaz - main study areas. Dezful sits close to the foothills of the Zagros Mountains on the main north-south highway from Tehran to Ahvaz, the provincial capital of Khuzestan. The main rail line from Tehran to the Persian Gulf is 15 km (9 mi) from Dezful, on the opposite side of the Dez River. The '''Trans-Iranian Railway''' was a major railway building project started in 1927 and completed in 1938, under the direction of the Persian monarch, Reza


cultural research

modern university in the country. Hence, the Ministry of Science commenced the establishment of other universities in Isfahan, Tabriz, Ahvaz, and Shiraz, with special emphasis given to the medical and veterinary sciences. ''آموزش و پرورش در ایران'' (Education in Iran). Naser Takmil Homayoun. دفتر پژوهشهای فرهنگی (Center for Cultural Research Publications). p.98 Dr. Charles Oberling was highly instrumental in this regard. ''پروفسور ابرلن و نقش


radio programs

. Born in Ahvaz, south of Iran, he studied ney initially with Hassan Kassai. In 1966, he started performing for Iranian national radio programs. Tangsiri CD cover User:Zora engages in Wikipedia:Edit warring The user engages in edit-warring in all articles related to Islam, Muslims, and Arabs, diverging into articles about Iran Persia. The following articles include, Islamic conquest of Persia, Battle of Karbala, Muawiyah I


dark green

-284779.asp Conquests 220px thumb right Dark green: the Sassanid empire; Medium green: contested territory; Light green: temporarily occupied in the seventh century during war with the Byzantine Empire (File:Sassanid empire map.png), three hundred years after Shapur's reign.During the early years of the reign of Shapur, Arabs crossed the Persian Gulf from Bahrain to "Ardashir-Khora" of Pars (Fars Province) and raided the interior. In retaliation


light green

-284779.asp Conquests 220px thumb right Dark green: the Sassanid empire; Medium green: contested territory; Light green: temporarily occupied in the seventh century during war with the Byzantine Empire (File:Sassanid empire map.png), three hundred years after Shapur's reign.During the early years of the reign of Shapur, Arabs crossed the Persian Gulf from Bahrain to "Ardashir-Khora" of Pars (Fars Province) and raided the interior. In retaliation


work ancient

which the Muslim engineers (Muslim Agricultural Revolution) called the ''Pul-i-Bulaiti''. The first was built at Shustar on the River Karun, Iran, and many of these were later built in other parts of the Islamic world. Water was conducted from the back of the dam through a large pipe to drive a water wheel and watermill. Adam Lucas (2006), ''Wind, Water, Work: Ancient and Medieval Milling Technology'', p. 62. BRILL, ISBN 90


classical

-04-14649-0. In the 10th century, Al-Muqaddasi described several dams in Persia. He reported that one in Ahwaz (Ahvaz) was more than long, and that and it had many water-wheels raising the water into aqueducts through which it flowed into reservoirs of the city.

year 1996 isbn 0-415-15291-7 page 31 Another one, the ''Band-i-Amir'' dam, provided irrigation for 300 villages. There are no major rivers in the country. Of the small rivers and streams, the only one that is navigable is the

and Hamadan. The Pai Tak position was taken on 27 August after the defenders had withdrawn in the night and the planned assault on Kermanshah on 29 August was aborted when the defenders called a truce to negotiate surrender terms. Compton Mackenzie, pp.130–136 The '''Mandaic language''' is the language of the Mandaean (Mandaeism) religion. Classical Mandaic is used by a section of the Mandaean community in liturgical rites. Apart from the religious

Ahvaz

'''Ahvaz''' Ahvāz; Encyclopædia Britannica ( Ahvaz has the world's worst air pollution according to a survey by the World Health Organization in 2011. ''Guinness World Records 2013'', Page 036 (Hardcover edition). ISBN 9781904994879 (Special:BookSources 9781904994879)

Ahvaz is built on the banks of the Karun River and is situated in the middle of Khūzestān Province. The city has an average elevation of 20 meters above sea level.

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