Urmia

Places in Urmia

Takht-e Soleyman

The archaeological ensemble called Takht-e Soleyman (“Throne of Solomon”) is situated on a remote plain surrounded by mountains in northwestern Iran’s West Azerbaijan province. The…

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Takht-e Soleyman

The Chapel Of DzorDzor

The Chapel of Dzordzor is part of an Armenian monastery located in Maku County, West Azerbaijan Province, Iran, on Zangmar River near the village of…

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The Chapel Of DzorDzor

The Segonbad Monument

The Sehgonbad Monument is located in Urmia in the west Azerbaijan Province. It is Cylinder shaped with three towers, built in 6th century, dating back…

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The Segonbad Monument

Saholan Cave

Ghar Saholan is situated in the West Azarbayajan province of Iran near to the village of Saholan that lies some 43 Kilometres east of the…

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Saholan Cave

Nane Maryam Church

Naneh Maryam Church or Church of East Assyria or St. Mary Church is one of the oldest churches in Iran. Built in the year 32…

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Nane Maryam Church

Lake Urmia

Lake Urmia is a salt lake in northwestern Iran near Iran’s border with Turkey. The lake is between the Iranian provinces of East Azerbaijan and…

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Lake Urmia

Marmishou Lake

This natural lake with an area of 5 hectares in west of the city of urmia established in the mountains near the border with Iran…

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Marmishou Lake

Armenian Monastic Ensembles of Iran

The Armenian monasteries of Iran have borne continuous testimony, since the origins of Christianity and certainly since the 7th century, to Armenian culture in its…

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Armenian Monastic Ensembles of Iran