Tiran, Iran is a city in Isfahan Province, Iran
Esfid (Persian : تيران) may also refer to:
Tiran is a village in Ravar Rural District, in the Central District of Ravar County, Kerman Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 122, in 41 families.
Tiran is a village in Borborud-e Gharbi Rural District, in the Central District of Aligudarz County, Lorestan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 361, in 64 families.
Tiran is a village in Larijan-e Sofla Rural District, Larijan District, Amol County, Mazandaran Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 36, in 10 families.
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Iran is subdivided into thirty-one provinces, each governed from a local center, usually the largest local city, which is called the capital of that province. The provincial authority is headed by a Governor-General, who is appointed by the Minister of the Interior subject to approval of the cabinet.
Gulistan or Golestan or Golastan is a Persian word and means "The Rose Garden".
Shahabad may refer to:
Fazelabad or Fazlabad or Fazilabad may refer to:
Chahar Bagh may refer to:
Golzar or Gol Zar may refer to:
Khalilabad may refer to:
Khur or Khowr or Khaur or Khvor may refer to the following locations in Iran:
Gandab or Gand Ab may refer to the following locations in Iran:
Sarcheshmeh or Sar Cheshmeh or Sarchashmeh may also refer to:
Razan is a city in Hamadan Province, Iran.
Farahabad or Ferehabad or Farehabad may refer to:
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Mohammadiyeh is a city in Alborz Province, Iran.
Saadatabad is the former name of Saadat Shahr, a city in Fars Province, Iran.
Abgarm is a city in Qazvin Province, Iran.
Mobarakeh is a city in Isfahan Province, Iran.
Baharestan is the Iranian parliament building.