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Borujerd City

Borujerd
Borujerd (Boroojerd) located 394 km. from Tehran and in the alluvial plains extend to the Zagross mountains in the west. It has a moderate climate in summer and experiences cold weather in winter. Borujerd is one of the oldest cities of Iran, some think it to be from the times of Firooz-e-Sassani and others claim that it existed in the period of 'Yazd Gerd' the third. In the Qajar era, 'Hassam-ol-Saltaneh', who ruled over Khuzestan and Lurestan made Borujerd the center of his rule.

A moat was dug around the city. Enhancing weather conditions, alluvial plains, a permanent net work of a natural water way system, green pastures, trade and communications have attributed to the fact of drawing people to this vicinity.
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Borujerd
Borujerd Jame Mosque
Takhti st. Borujerd
Old gate of Imamzadeh Jafar - Borujerd
  Countryside of Borujerd
Yadboud Sq. - Borujerd
Fadak Garden - Borujerd
Borujerd
Borujerd
Fadak Garden - Borujerd
Borujerd
Fadak Garden - Borujerd
Fadak Garden - Borujerd
EXPLORE ATTRACTIONS IN Borujerd
Category: Bazaars
Grand Bazaar of Boroujerd (Rasteh Bazar), is one of the ancient bazaars in Borujerd, and alike other bazaars is the trade and commerce center. Borujerd Grand Bazaar (Raasteh ... MORE
Category: Mausoleums, Shrines
This architecturally fascinating structure (mausoleum) is located in the midst of an ancient graveyard, east of Borujerd. This relic is from the Saljuqi period. The actual ... MORE
Category: Plains
This is the largest and alluvial plain of Lurestan, extending from the north of Borujerd right till Dorood. The spring and summer seasons are most appropriate for a visit ... MORE
Category: Mosques
This mosque is also known as the Shah mosque, and is a remnant of the Qajar period . The courtyard of the mosque is 61 x 47 sq. m. which has a pool in the center. The mosque ... MORE
Category: Mosques
According to an inscription, this mosque was constructed in the year 1068 AH. The mosque is located to the east of the city of Borujerd. The entrance door of the mosque was ... MORE
Located in the village of Dah Peer, this hillock shows evidences of earthen ware from the Sassanian period and pots bearing bones. On this hill, is a tomb, reputedly known ... MORE
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