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Arvand Rud River

Related to Khorramshahr city (located in Khuzestan province) and Abadan city
Arvand Rud is a river of some 200 km in length, formed by the confluence of the Euphrates and the Tigris in the town of al-Qurnah in the Basra Governorate of southern Iraq. The southern end of the river constitutes the border between Iraq and Iran down to the mouth of the river as it discharges into the Persian Gulf.

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Arvand Rud River - Khorramshahr (Khuzestan)
In Arvand Rood river shipping is possible and the surrounding area is furthermore an interesting sight.
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Arvand Rud River - Khorramshahr (Khuzestan)
Arvand Rud is a river of some 200 km in length, formed by the confluence of the Euphrates and the Tigris in the town of al-Qurnah in the Basra Governorate of southern Iraq.
Rud-e Arvand,Arvand River,Shatt al-Arab,شط العرب,اروندرود,خرمشهر,رود اروند,روداروند,arvandrud,arvandrood,arvand rood,arvand roud,arvand rud
Arvand Rud River - Khorramshahr (Khuzestan)
The southern end of ArvandRud river constitutes the border between Iraq and Iran down to the mouth of the river as it discharges into the Persian Gulf.
Rud-e Arvand,Arvand River,Shatt al-Arab,شط العرب,اروندرود,خرمشهر,رود اروند,روداروند,arvandrud,arvandrood,arvand rood,arvand roud,arvand rud
Arvand Rud River - Khorramshahr (Khuzestan)
The southern end of ArvandRud river constitutes the border between Iraq and Iran down to the mouth of the river as it discharges into the Persian Gulf.
Rud-e Arvand,Arvand River,Shatt al-Arab,شط العرب,اروندرود,خرمشهر,رود اروند,روداروند,arvandrud,arvandrood,arvand rood,arvand roud,arvand rud
Arvand Rud River - Khorramshahr (Khuzestan)
The Arvand Rudd River flows in the townships of Khoram Shahr, Abadan and to the west of the Minoo Island (Minushahr).
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Arvand Rud River - Khorramshahr (Khuzestan)
The Arvand Rudd River flows in the townships of Khoram Shahr, Abadan and to the west of the Minoo Island (Minushahr).
Rud-e Arvand,Arvand River,Shatt al-Arab,شط العرب,اروندرود,خرمشهر,رود اروند,روداروند,arvandrud,arvandrood,arvand rood,arvand roud,arvand rud
Arvand Rud River - Khorramshahr (Khuzestan)
In Arvand Rood river shipping is possible and the surrounding area is furthermore an interesting sight.
Rud-e Arvand,Arvand River,Shatt al-Arab,شط العرب,اروندرود,خرمشهر,رود اروند,روداروند,arvandrud,arvandrood,arvand rood,arvand roud,arvand rud
Arvand Rud River - Khorramshahr (Khuzestan)
In Middle Persian literature and the Shahnameh (written between c. 977 and 1010 AD), the name Arvand is used for the Tigris, the confluent of the Shatt al-Arab.
Rud-e Arvand,Arvand River,Shatt al-Arab,شط العرب,اروندرود,خرمشهر,رود اروند,روداروند,arvandrud,arvandrood,arvand rood,arvand roud,arvand rud
Arvand Rud River - Khorramshahr (Khuzestan)
Arvand Rud is a river of some 200 km in length, formed by the confluence of the Euphrates and the Tigris in the town of al-Qurnah in the Basra Governorate of southern Iraq.
Rud-e Arvand,Arvand River,Shatt al-Arab,شط العرب,اروندرود,خرمشهر,رود اروند,روداروند,arvandrud,arvandrood,arvand rood,arvand roud,arvand rud
Arvand Rud River - Khorramshahr (Khuzestan)
This river is known as the Shatt al-Arab (Shat-ol-arab) in Iraq.
Rud-e Arvand,Arvand River,Shatt al-Arab,شط العرب,اروندرود,خرمشهر,رود اروند,روداروند,arvandrud,arvandrood,arvand rood,arvand roud,arvand rud
Arvand Rud River - Khorramshahr (Khuzestan)
In Middle Persian literature and the Shahnameh (written between c. 977 and 1010 AD), the name Arvand is used for the Tigris, the confluent of the Shatt al-Arab.
Rud-e Arvand,Arvand River,Shatt al-Arab,شط العرب,اروندرود,خرمشهر,رود اروند,روداروند,arvandrud,arvandrood,arvand rood,arvand roud,arvand rud
Arvand Rud River - Khorramshahr (Khuzestan)
The word Arvand “swift” appears in New Persian personal names such as Arvand-asb and Arvand-dast, and in Armenian and Greek (Ervand and Orontes)
Rud-e Arvand,Arvand River,Shatt al-Arab,شط العرب,اروندرود,خرمشهر,رود اروند,روداروند,arvandrud,arvandrood,arvand rood,arvand roud,arvand rud
Arvand Rud River - Khorramshahr (Khuzestan)
In Middle Persian literature and the Shahnameh (written between c. 977 and 1010 AD), the name Arvand is used for the Tigris, the confluent of the Shatt al-Arab.
Rud-e Arvand,Arvand River,Shatt al-Arab,شط العرب,اروندرود,خرمشهر,رود اروند,روداروند,arvandrud,arvandrood,arvand rood,arvand roud,arvand rud
Arvand Rud River - Khorramshahr (Khuzestan)
The southern end of ArvandRud river constitutes the border between Iraq and Iran down to the mouth of the river as it discharges into the Persian Gulf.
Rud-e Arvand,Arvand River,Shatt al-Arab,شط العرب,اروندرود,خرمشهر,رود اروند,روداروند,arvandrud,arvandrood,arvand rood,arvand roud,arvand rud
Arvand Rud River - Khorramshahr (Khuzestan)
The Arvand Rudd River flows in the townships of Khoram Shahr, Abadan and to the west of the Minoo Island (Minushahr).
Rud-e Arvand,Arvand River,Shatt al-Arab,شط العرب,اروندرود,خرمشهر,رود اروند,روداروند,arvandrud,arvandrood,arvand rood,arvand roud,arvand rud
Arvand Rud River - Khorramshahr (Khuzestan)
This river is known as the Shatt al-Arab (Shat-ol-arab) in Iraq.
Rud-e Arvand,Arvand River,Shatt al-Arab,شط العرب,اروندرود,خرمشهر,رود اروند,روداروند,arvandrud,arvandrood,arvand rood,arvand roud,arvand rud
Arvand Rud River - Khorramshahr (Khuzestan)
Arvand Rud is a river of some 200 km in length, formed by the confluence of the Euphrates and the Tigris in the town of al-Qurnah in the Basra Governorate of southern Iraq.
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