Dezful

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speaking community

Khūzestān (Khūzestān Province), Iran. The Mandaean communities in these cities fled persecution during the 1880s and settled in the Iranian cities of Ahvaz and Khorramshahr. While Khorramshahr boasted the largest Mandaic-speaking population until the 1980s, the Iran-Iraq War caused many to flee into diaspora, leaving Ahvaz the only remaining Mandaic-speaking community. Founded in 271 CE by the Sassanid king Shapur I, Gundeshapur was home to a teaching hospital, and also


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url where he majored in pop music. He worked with some popular bands in England such as the Rebels and the Insects as a pianist and singer. When he returned to Iran at the age of 25, he started his career mainly as a composer. Ghomayshi has created numerous melodies and lyrics for famous Persian artists such as Ebi


agricultural products

IR 40795.TXT title Dezful Climate Normals 1961-1990 publisher National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration accessdate December 28, 2012 date December 2012 Economy Dezfūl is the primary commercial center for northern Khuzestan and one of the main producers of agricultural products in Iran. Dezful is also a market for the agricultural products of Lorestan province. The city also contains a large cotton textile mill and many small- and medium-scale


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-Muqaddasi described several dams in Persia. He reported that one in Ahwaz (Ahvaz) was more than ref>

; Another one, the ''Band-i-Amir'' dam, provided irrigation for 300 villages. - DEF OIAD Dezful Airport Dezful, Iran - In Iran, Wassmuss first passed through the market towns of Dezful and Shushtar. He conferred with the local


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engineers 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 90-04-14649-0. In the 10th century, Al


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OF BIRTH Dezful, Iran DATE OF DEATH * The United Nations World Food Programme says that it needs USD to be able to continue its Afghanistan operations to June this year. "Poor and hungry schoolchildren who receive take-home rations of food as an incentive to attend school will receive at most half their usual ration and in some cases none at all", says the U.N. More than 50% of the nation's children are malnourished. http


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by the British in the chieftain’s courtyard and delivered unopened into storage in London. http: www.iranicaonline.org articles qasqai-tribal-confederacy-i thumb right Domes like this are quite common in Khuzestan province. The shape is an architectural trademark of craftsmen of this province. Daniel (Image:Emamzadeh-hamzeh.jpg)'s shrine, located in Khuzestan, has such a shape. The shrine pictured here, belongs to Imamzadeh Hamzeh, located between Mahshahr and Hendijan


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chieftains and distributed pamphlets urging the tribesmen into a revolt against Britain. Once he started, any secrecy quickly dissolved and the local police at Shushtar tried to arrest him. He was warned and managed to escape but was soon in peril again. He traveled south some 160 kilometers to the town of Behbahan. Here the apparently friendly local chieftain invited him to dinner, and then promptly placed him under armed guard. The chieftain, planning to sell Wassmuss to the British, sent


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(232) isbn 3-87919-145-X thumb 190px left Dezful Jame' Mosque (Image:Dezful-masjed-jameh.jpg) The bridge protected the city from military interventions, hence its name. The old part of the city adjacent to the bridge is known as the Qaleh (castle). In the middle of the river, close to the bridge, you can see remains of several water mills built ca. 300 BC. Most of them were actually used up to the beginning of the 20th century. The last one was in use up to 1985.

been reported at Dezful-Ardestani air base (Dezful Airport?), in southern Iran. Military Balance 2009, p.321 In Iran, bridge dams such as the Band-e Kaisar were used to provide hydropower through water wheels, which often powered water-raising mechanisms. One of the first was the Roman-built dam bridge in Dezful, which could raise water 50 cubits in height


speaking population

Khūzestān (Khūzestān Province), Iran. The Mandaean communities in these cities fled persecution during the 1880s and settled in the Iranian cities of Ahvaz and Khorramshahr. While Khorramshahr boasted the largest Mandaic-speaking population until the 1980s, the Iran-Iraq War caused many to flee into diaspora, leaving Ahvaz the only remaining Mandaic-speaking community. Founded in 271 CE by the Sassanid king Shapur I, Gundeshapur was home to a teaching hospital, and also

Dezful

'''Dezful''' ( In 2006, the city had 235,819 inhabitants. Census85 - (Statistical Center of Iran (in Persian (Persian language))) Population and Housing Census

Located in an area with a history that extends back to ancient civilization, the city houses a bridge that dates back to 300 BC. سايت اداره ميراث فرهنگي ، صنايع دستي و گردشگري شهرستان دزفول

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