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Cities

Sardasht

Sardasht

Sardasht township is located on the south western part of the province, on the international border with Iraq. The natural view and landscape of the city is very beautiful and attractive. The people of Sardasht believe that this city is the birthplace of Zoroaster, Iranian prophet.

Khoy

Khoy

Khoy township is located 807 km. northwest to Tehran enjoying mild weather, This township is one of the ancient places in Iran. Khoy means "salt" and it was named so because of the salt mines of the region. The first dwellers of it were Median tribes. According to existing historical documents, Khoy, had been a very important place as the result of being passed by a branch of famous Silk-Road, which linked west to east, was crossing this city.

Takab

Takab

Takab township is one of the historical and worth seeing places of the province. There are, tens of historical sites belonging to both pre-Islamic and Islamic periods. "Takht-e-Soleyman" is one of these places located 45 km. northeast to Takab. It is the center of Sassanid Great Fire-temple named "Azargoshasb" (one of the three famous Sassanid fire-temples).

Bookan City

Bookan City

Bookan is located between Miandoab and Saghez cities beside Sminineh Rood river. This township is on demarcation line of two provinces of W-Azarbaijan and Kordestan. The name of this city is a combination of two Kordish world of "Book" meaning "Bride" and "an" which is plural mark i.e. "Brides". It is narrated that Bookan, due to its crossroads situation, was passed by different groups of villager during wedding ceremonies and they used to stop here for sometimes to sing and dance around a pool, which exists now and is a worth seeing place of the city.

Orumyeh

Orumyeh

Orumyeh, the capital city of the province, is located 951 km. northwest of Tehran, 18 km. west of Orumyeh Lake in a verdant plain. The heights of this province separate it from Iraq and Turkey. The weather in Orumyeh is cold in winters and moderate in the summer.