• Islamic Republic Of Iran
  • Tabriz
  • 324 km²
  • Tabriz has a semi-arid climate with regular seasons. The annual precipitation is around 380 millimetres (15 in), a good deal of which falls as snow during the winter months and rain in spring and autumn. The city enjoys mild and fine climate in spring, dry and semi-hot in summer, humid and rainy in autumn and snowy cold in winter. The average annual temperature is 12 °C. Cool winds blow from east to west mostly in summer.
  • GMT+03:30
  • Rial
  • Turkish
  • 1540453
  • The city with a population of 1540453 in Azarbaijan province one of the long checkered historicak capitals of Iran (now is capital of east aZarbaijan province )with cold winters and temperate summers and elevation range between 1350 and 1600 meters above the sea level the city is famed for its hand-woven rugs and jewelry and also is known for locally made confectioneries , chocolates , dried nuts and traditional foods also is famous for a major heavy industry hub for automobile , machin tools , refineries , petrochemical , textile and industries of cement production . The people in Tabriz predominantly speak in Turkish (Azarbaijan language ) and the city enjoying the oldest civilization sites dated back to 1500 BC mainly historical monuments showing the transition of Iranian architecture in it’s long historical timelines . most of the sites come from the period of likhanid (of mongol empire) , Safavid and Qajar era . and the cityes origins is shrouded in a mist of mystery and legen believed to date back to distant antiquity may be before the Sassanian era (224-651 AD) Tabriz played the most role in development, movement and economy of three neighboring regions namely Caucasus , eastern antolla and central of Iran from the early era from the 19th century. In numerous respects the Tabriz became the most important city in the country as it was nearest Iranian hub to European and many aspects of early modern modernization of Iran began in this city. During the second war 1826-1828 between Iran and russa , the citywas occupied by the Tezar troops and it was returned to Iran after Turkmanchai Treaty sighned during the reign of Mohammad ali shah of Qajar dynasty (1779-1925).