Germi township in Ardebil Province is located between two low mountain ranges enjoying a warm climate in summers but pleasant and moderate weather in winter. The discovered vestiges indicate that the city is very old and its antiquity dates back to the Parthian period.
The city's area is almost 1725 square kilometers. The altitude varies between 250 meters in the village of Khan Mohammad loo in the northwest up to 2200 meters in the southeast, which Salavat Mountains are located there.
The Moghan (Garmi) region, due to its specific topographic conditions, has a different climate with other parts of Azerbaijan and even its southern regions. County has almost Mediterranean climate.
Monsoon winds called Caspian Winds (Caspian Sea), which come from the Caspian Sea, greatly increase the cooling rate. The distance between the Moghan (Garmi) region and the Caspian Sea is about 80 to 90 km, but in general, considering the climatic division, this region can be considered as semi-arid because the annual rainfall is less than 500 mm. The warm summer heat It is wet and it has a moderate winter. The winters are usually accompanied by cold, frosty, and foggy winds. Average monthly temperature is of −1 to 31 °C (30 to 88 °F)