Varamin County (Persian: شهرستان ورامین‎) is a county in Tehran Province in Iran. The capital of the county is Varamin. At the 2006 census, the county's population (including those portions later split off to form Pishva County and Qarchak County) was 540,442, in 134,538 ...see more families; excluding those portions, the population was 258,498, in 65,850 families.
The county is subdivided into two districts: the Central District and Javadabad District. The county has two cities: Varamin and Javadabad. Reference:

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Aladdin shrine tower

Aladdin shrine...

The tomb tower of 'Ala ad-din, completed in 1289 under the Il Khanids, is located to the north of Varamin, a small town forty-two kilometers south of Tehran. It continues a well-established Iranian tradition of funerary architecture in the form of a tomb tower, its earliest precedent ...

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Iraj Castle

Iraj Castle

Iraj Castle is an ancient fortress near the city of Varamin in Tehran, the Iranian leader. Iraj Castle is one of the important fortresses of adobe with a height of 50 feet, an area of 200 hectares and was built in 1200 in the 100 meters during the Sassanian era. Internal dimensions o...

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Congregationof Varamin


Jāmeh Mosque Of Varāmīn, Congregation Mosque Of Varamin, is the grand, congregational mosque (Jāmeh) of Varamin city, within the Tehran Province . This mosque is one of the oldest buildings of Varamin city. Its construction began during the reign of’ Sultan Mohammad Khodabaneh and was...

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Band-e Alikhan wetland

Band-e Alikhan...

Band-e-Alikhan Wetland is located at 35 km south of the Varamin Township. This wetland is seasonal and considers as a sorts of wetlands with fresh water. Its height is 1100 m above the sea level. It is formed every year due to the flowing of seasonal rivers and the surface waters of Te...

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