Shirvan City

Shirvan is 773 km. from Tehran. In its northern parts Shirvan experiences cold weather being a mountainous region. But the southern part enjoys a temperate climate due to the flow of Atrak River here.
Shirvan
Shirvan is 773 km. from Tehran. In its northern parts Shirvan experiences cold weather being a mountainous region. But the southern part enjoys a temperate climate due to the flow of Atrak River here. Existence of ancient burial sites or graves of the Zoroastrians prove that this place was inhabited before the Islamic era and it was in the year 31 AH that the inhabitants embraced Islam during the Caliphate of Osman. Though Shirvan flourished during the Kharazm Shahian reign it was heavily damaged under the attacks of the Goorkanians. In order to prevent the Ozbak attacks, Kurd tribes were moved to this area during the reign of Shah Abbas I. During the Qajar period, this place was a focal point for local clashes. But in recent years the city of Shirvan has been reconstructed according to modern styles of architecture.
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Category: Mausoleums
This tomb is located at 6 km. from Shirvan city and to the north-east of Imamzadeh Hamzeh Reza. The structure of the tomb relates to the Teimoori period 785 AH. ...
Category: Mausoleums, Shrines
This tomb is located 6 km. from the city of Shirvan and is the remain of the 5th century AH, the Qaznavi period. This structure has been made of brick, gypsum and ...
This area covers 17,000 hectares and is 70 km. north of Shirvan, and is situated on the borders of Iran and Turkemenistan. Dense forests and verdant pastures can ...
It is located 45 km. northeast of Shirvan. Natural beauty is seen due to the presence of a river, gardens, small waterfalls and natural springs.
Category: Caves
This cave lies 6 km. northeast of Lojali Village on the skirts of the Imam Hezar Mountains. The opening of this cave is dome-shaped, and the cave measures 3 m. ...
Category: Caves
The cave is situated west of Shirvan near the village of Qishlaq Kaveh and rests in the middle of the Paykan Mountains. The said cave has a vast inlet or entrance, ...
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