Kerman

The shining Kerman

In this paragraph, we will be talking about the historical city of Kerman. In ancient times, the name of the city was the satrapy of Carmania. A city in the Central District of Kerman County. It serves as capital of the province, county, district. Accordingly, at the 2006 National Census, its population was 496,684 in 127,806 households. Wikipedia

Geographical attributes of Kerman

Kerman province is in the southeast of Iran. Accordingly, the border is by the city of Khorasan and Yazd provinces in the north, Hormozgan province in the south, Sistan and Baluchestan. Also, all the mentioned cities are in the east and Fars province in the west. The province is geographically located between 55 degrees and 25 minutes to 32 degrees north latitude and 26 degrees and 53 minutes to 29 degrees and 59 minutes east of the Greenwich meridian. This province is one of the highest provinces in the country. Generally, it is with 2250 meters above sea level is the highest city in the province.

Characteristics of Kerman

Valuable cultural, historical and architectural treasures keeps emerging all over time in this province, which reflects the historical trend and economic life. The community is social. Kerman province has a dynamic economy and is very prosperous in the field of agriculture and various industries. The only brick city in the world (Bam citadel) belonging to the millennia BC belongs to this region and there is a very beautiful bazaar in the city of Kerman with dozens of ancient, natural and architectural monuments in this land that always attract tourists and the tourist effects of this Show the area.

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This province is currently one of the centers of civilization with 23 cities, 58 districts, 70 cities, 151 villages, 11697 residential settlements and in terms of historical background and tourism, antiquities and handicrafts and agricultural, industrial and mineral characteristics. It has a special potential and the potential capabilities of industry, mining and agriculture in this province have provided a suitable platform for economic development.

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Sights and historical places in Kerman

As mentioned, There are more than 600 registered historical monuments in Kerman province. Including Prince Mahan Garden, Fatehabad Garden, Bam Citadel, Rhine Citadel, Kerman Bazaar, Meymand Historical Village, Halil River Historical Basin, etc. Other sightseeing and historical places of Kerman province are: Lut desert, Hezar mountains and Jopar. Some others are Lalehzar, Bagh-e Bala, Khyber, Qibla, ruins of Kamadin city and Jabalieh dome. Khajeh Atabak tomb, Qahgheh castle, old castle, Mushtaqieh dome, Malek mosque and Jame Mosque.

Imam Mosque, Sudak Castle, Dejimand Cemetery, Shah Nematullah Vali Tomb, Setg Castle, Shahzadeh Hossein Shrine, Ganj Ali Khan Bath, Vakil Complex, Ebrahim Khan Complex, Ganj Ali Khan Square, Chehel Soton Mosque, Fire Temple Shah Firooz, Ardeshir Castle, Dokhtar Castle, Coin Museum, Rhine Castle, Bam New Citadel, Green Dome, Gholi Beyk Sea Bed.

Industries and Mines

Kerman province industries can divide in two categories of handicrafts and machines. Handicrafts include shawls, rugs and cashmere, which are not as prosperous as other rugs. Workshop handicrafts such as: carpet weaving, jajim weaving, kilim weaving. on the other hand, bags weaving are among the common industries of this province. The machine industries of the province are divided into three categories of small, medium and large workshops. 

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In addition, the most important mother industries in Kerman province include Barez rubber factory, Zarand coke. Hezar aluminum factory, three cement production factories, Shahid Bahonar copper factory and several downstream copper industries including (concentrate, anode and cathode), coal concentrate factories Sang is Shir Pegah factory, Zamzam factory, and Bam car industry.

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