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Geography

GEOGRAPHY

          Isfahan province is located at the centre of Islamic Republic of Iran. Total area of Isfahan province is 106179 square kilometers, about 6.25 percent of whole Iran ’s area.

 

 

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          Regarding population, it is third in our country. The city is located in the lush Zayandeh Roud River plain of foothills of the Zagros Mountains Range . Isfahan is about 1580 meters high from the sea level. It has a mild climate. The average rain fall is about 60 to 100 millimeters.

 

 

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          Isfahan is located at the edge of desert. Desert is situated at the east and north of Isfahan .

          The Zagrous Range of mountains is located at the west and south of Isfahan . Zayandeh Roud River is the main source and element of Isfahan ’s development and beauty. The river rises from eastern slopes of Zagros Range of mountains. 

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          Zayandeh Roud River plus rich soil of Isfahan ’s plain has created wonderful opportunity for agricultural activities and fruitful orchards.

          As mentioned on the east of Isfahan waste Lander deserts located.  There are three types of deserts. The first kind is called Dasht, which has fertile soils at the hillsides. The second is called Kavir with a salt- slime surface and the third is called Lout, which is dry and inhabitable wasteland.

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          The hot desert is empty of any nomadic activity. Deserts have hot and dry days, and cool and cold nights. 

  The climate at the west of Isfahan is completely different. Long cold winters and short cool summers. High slopes of the west such as Zardkuh are covered with deep snow and hundreds of water streams, which are original sources of Zayandeh Roud River are flowing atmountains hills. 

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