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Cities

Meianeh

Meianeh

The township of Meianeh is situated in a valley between two mountain chains called Bozqoosh and Qafelankooh. Meianeh is one of the oldest Iranian towns, and it was totally destroyed by the Mongols attacks, but it was once again reconstructed and developed. It was also called some times ago by the name of "Meianj" and "Garmrood".
From the many historical places in Meianeh one can name; the Girl Bridge, the Girl Castle, Imamzadeh Esmaeel Tomb, and the Turk Big Stony Mosque.

Marand and Jolfa

Marand and Jolfa

The township and the town of Marand are situated on the north-west of the East-Azarbaijan province, on a semimountainous area. More than two fifth of the total area are mountainous and the remainings are flat and highly fertilized areas. Marand was an important center during the Kaldeh and Ashour period, and according to some historians, the prophet Nooh was buried there. The name of Marand was extracted from the Pahlavid word "Maadvand" which means the place where the Maad tribes live.

Sarab

Sarab

This town is 636 kilometers far from Tehran, and 130 kilometers far away from Tabriz. The district of Sarab is situated between the high mountains of Bozquosh and the peak of Sabalan, and it enjoys temperate weather in summer while it is very cold in winter. The town of Sarab is one of the oldest and historic settlements of Azarbaijan.

Kaleber

Kaleber

This town is located 165 kilometers north-east of Tabriz. The township of Kaleber is affected by the Caspian Sea climate, so its high mountains are always covered by dense fog. The Aras river crosses this district from the northen part, and the famous castle of Babak (The People Castle) is located on the mountain and it called locally by the name Qiz Qalasi. It is situated 2,600 meters high, west to Kaleber.

Ahar

Ahar (Arasbaran)

The mountainous district of Ahar is one of the oldest states of Azarbaijan. The Ahar area was the battle-field between Babak Khorramdeen and his followers on the one side, and the Arab solders on the other, for 20 years during the third century AH.