Pishva (Persian: پیشوا‎, also Romanized as Pīshvā, Pīchvā, and Pīshvah; also known as Emāmzādeh Ja‘far and Pīshyān) is a city in and the capital of Pishva County, Tehran Province, Iran.
At the 2006 census, its population was 41,480, in 10,734 families. The older names of the city were Samenat and later Emamzadeh-Ja'far. The residents of ...see more href="/tourstate/243/Pishva">Pishva are mainly Persian-speaking Shias and are predominantly descendants of the original residents of the Tehran and Ray area.
Members of the Joneidi clan are the most prominent residents of the town. In Persian the word Pishva means Imam and leader and refers to the mausoleum of Imamzadeh Ja'far, who is considered the son of the seventh Shi'ite Imam, Imam Mousa Al-Kazim. Reference:

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cahle Mort

cahle Mort

Mort Hole (in Persian: Chale Mort چاله مورت ( is one of the attractions of Pishva. It is a green area with a flowing hole-like spring that makes there fabulous; it was known as Chale Mort. Sarcheshme (spring in English) was an ancient area that one of the old aqueducts of the city wa...

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imam Zadeh jafar pishva

imam Zadeh jaf...

The tomb Immamzadeh Ja'far (peace be upon him) who is called Javadi and his descendants are called Javariyoon is located at Pishva. The magnificent dome of this building is regarded as valuable works of Iran’s religious architecture, it has a height of 21 meters with 5/9 meter in diame...

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