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Paj Village

in Mashhad city | Khorasan Razavi province
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Paj Village

Related to Mashhad city (located in Khorasan Razavi province)
The Paj Village is the birthplace of the renowned Iranian poet Ferdowsi. It is in Mashad - Kalat Road and is 15 km. from branch road of Kandeh Dam. There is a pre-historic hillock approximately situated 500 m. north of Paj. Many colorful tiles with ceramic chips are found on the hillock or its vicinity. This is a monument belonging to the early Islamic centuries relative to the 10th century AH.
The city of Mashad is situated 909 km. from Tehran in a plain between the two mountain ranges of Binalood and Hezar Masjed. Mashad enjoys a temperate, mountainous climate.

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