(Persian: ارتيمان, also Romanized as Ārtīmān; also known as Ārtmān)
The village of Artiman is a pleasant village with beautiful natural surroundings. In this village is the tomb of the reputed Gnostic and poet Mir Razieddin Artimani of the Safavid period. The architect of this tomb was the famous Mr. Seyhoon of the Pahlavi reign. It is an interestingly unique structure.
Situated in the south eastern slopes of the Alvand Mountains, and to the south of Hamadan on elevated land, it experiences cold winters, and moderate summers. The city of Towiserkan lies at a distance of 395 km. from Tehran and 93 km. from Hamadan. The ...
This vicinity is at a distance of 22 km. from Iranshahr (Iran Shahr). The Bampour River which takes its source in the northeast of Iran Shahr, after flowing westwards from ...MORE
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