Kermanshah Province has been known from 1969 to 1986 as Kermanshahan and
from 1986 to 1995 as Bakhtaran. The population of the province is
estimated around 1,900,000 people and the province covers 24,998 km2.
Kemanshah consists of 14 counties including Dalaho, Gilan-e-gharb,
Harsin; Islamabad-e-gharb; Javanrud ;Kangavar; Kermanshah; Paveh;
Qasr-e-Shirin; Ravansar ; Sahneh ; Sarpol-e-Zahab ;Solas-e-Babajani;
Major cities and towns in Kermanshah Province are Kermanshah;
Eslamabad-e Gharb; Paveh; Harsin; Kangavar; Sonqor; Javanrood;
Salas-e-babajani; Ravansar; Dalahoo; Gilan-Gharb; Sahneh; Qasr-e Shirin;
The province's capital is Kermanshah located in the middle of the
western part of Iran. The population of the city is estimated around
800,090. The city is built on the slopes of ....
Kermanshah lends its name to a type of Persian carpet named after the
region. It also has famous sweets made of rice, locally known as Nan
berendji. The other famous Kermanshahi good is a special kind of oil,...
Major academic centers in Kermanshah include:
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The area and location of the terminal: The operation of terminal construction was realized in September 1998 ...