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Khvajeh Marjan Destination Guide

Delve into Khvajeh Marjan in Iran!

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Khvajeh Marjan in the region of East Azarbaijan is located in Iran - some 342 mi (or 551 km) North-West of Tehran, the country's capital.

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Current time in Khvajeh Marjan is now 05:18 PM (Tuesday). The local timezone is named "Asia / Tehran" with an UTC offset of 3.5 hours. Depending on your travel modalities, these larger destinations might be interesting for you: Oghlu, Mosul, Zeynabad, Mahalleh-ye Qara Malek, Zabarlu or Yerevan. While being here, make sure to check out as well. We also found some pictures.

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Interesting facts about this location

Tabriz National Library

The Tabriz Central Library, formerly Tabriz National Library, was founded in 1956 by Nakhjavani with help from the people of Tabriz, Iran. It contains several handwritten books. The library is called National because of its non-benefit and non-governmental structure. Initially the library started by the books which are gathered by people specially by Nakhjavani, the building also constructed without any government investment. The original building was in the vicinity of Ark.

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Located at 38.23, 46.1 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 14 mi away.
Tags:1956 establishments in Iran, Libraries established in 1956, Libraries in Iran, National libraries, Tabriz

Saat Tower

, front view]] Sa'at Tower (Sa'at Qabağı in Azerbaijani Turkic) also known as Tabriz Municipality Palace is the head office of the municipal government of Tabriz, the capital of East Azarbaijan Province, Iran. The Municipality was built in 1934 as the Tabriz municipal central office. After World War II it was used by the Azerbaijan Democrat Party as a Government Office.

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Located at 38.23, 46.1 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 15 mi away.
Tags:Buildings and structures completed in 1934, Buildings and structures in Tabriz, Iranian architecture, Museums in Tabriz, Towers in Iran

Haji-Mirza Hassan Roshdieh

Haji Mirza Hassan Tabrizi (میرزا حسن تبریزی; July 5, 1851, Tabriz – December 10, 1944, Qom), famously known as Hassan Roshdieh (حسن رشدیه), was an Iranian cleric, teacher, politician, and journalist. He introduced some modern teaching methods in Iran, especially in teaching the alphabet. These are still used to some degree in Iran's primary schools.

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Located at 38.23, 46.1 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 15 mi away.
Tags:1851 births, 1944 deaths, Iranian Azerbaijanis, Iranian clerics, People from Tabriz

Arg of Tabriz

Ark-e AliShāh, also known as Ark-e Tabriz and Masjid AliShāh, is a remnant of a mosque in the center of Tabriz, Iran, built in the Ilkhanate period. According to some historians, it was used as a military castle however, others claim the structure was initially used as a mosque, but during the Qajar era was used as a military post and storage facility for weapons (in Persian 'Ark' or 'Arg' means "castle").

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Located at 38.23, 46.1 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 15 mi away.
Tags:13th-century architecture, Castles in Iran, Iranian architecture, Mosques in Tabriz

Tabriz Bazaar

The Bazaar of Tabriz (Persian بازار تبریز, Bāzār-e Tabriz) is one of the oldest bazaars of the Middle East and the largest covered bazar in the world. It was inscribed as World Heritage Site by UNESCO in July 2010. Tabriz has been a place of cultural exchange since antiquity. Its historic bazaar complex is one of the most important commercial centres on the Silk Road.

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Located at 38.23, 46.1 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 15 mi away.
Tags:16th-century architecture, Bazaars, Buildings and structures in Iran, Iranian architecture, Tabriz, Visitor attractions in Tabriz