AVAJ

abbr.
town in Western Iran

Dictionary of abbreviations. 2012.

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  • Avaj — is a town in Iran, 130 miles west of Tehran. It is located in Qazvin province and has an estimated population of 3,600.cite news |first=Parisa |last=Hafesi |authorlink= |coauthors= |title= Hundreds killed in Iran… …   Wikipedia

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  • 2002 Bou'in-Zahra earthquake — Earthquake title=2002 Bou in–Zahra earthquake date= June 22, 2002 origintime = 02:58 UTC (7:28 a.m. Iran Standard Time) duration = 7 seconds caption = Star indicates epicenter of the earthquake magnitude = 6.5 Mw depth=convert|10|km|mi|6cite web… …   Wikipedia

  • Qazvīn Province — Infobox Iran Province province name = Qazvīn ostan name = قزوین loc capital = Qazvin latd = 36.2693 longd = 50.0029 area = 15,549 pop = 1,166,861 pop year = 2005 pop density = 75.0 sub provinces = 5 languages= Persian Tati Azeri Gilaki Talysh… …   Wikipedia

  • Province de Qazvin — استان قزوین (Ostān Qazvin) Province de Qazvin Administration Pays Iran Type Province Capitale Qazvin …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Province de qazvin — استان قزوین (Ostān Qazvin) Province de Qazvin Administration Pays Iran Type Province Capitale Qazvin …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Provincia de Qazvin — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Provincia de Qazvin استان قزوین Capital: Qazvin Superficie: 15.821 km² Población:     Total 968.257 (1996)   Densidad: 61,20 h …   Wikipedia Español

  • Persian people — Persians redirects here. For the Athenian tragedy, see The Persians. Persian identity, at least in terms of language, is traced to the ancient persian people, or Indo European Aryans who arrived in parts of Greater Iran circa 2000 1500 BCE.… …   Wikipedia

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