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  Kerman Province information - Search.com
Kerman is one of the 30 provinces of Iran.
The main townships of Kerman province are: Baft, Bardseer, Bam, Jiroft, Rafsanjan, Zarand, Sirjan, Shahr-e-Babak, Kerman, Mahan and Kahnooj.
The city of Kerman and the surrounding regions have a semi-moderate and dry climate, with a maximum and minimum temperature of 39.6° C, and -7° C respectively.
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 Persian Rugs: Guide to Kerman Rugs and Carpets
Kerman rugs fit into my "Persian Rugs the O'Connell Guides" section as a group of related rugs of rugs centering around the city of Kerman and that part of Kerman province.
Kerman is the capitol city of a province of the same name in Southeastern Iran.
Kerman Rugs: Kerman Afshar Rug C. Kerman Rugs: Doris Leslie Blau Lavar Kirman Carpet c.
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  Kerman travel guide - Wikitravel
Kerman Province is one of the 30 provinces of Iran.
The main townships of Kerman province are: Baft, Bardsir, Bam, Jiroft, Rafsanjan, Zarand, Sirjan, Shahr-e-Babak, Kerman, Mahan and Kohnoj.
Kerman province is considered a paradise for palaeontologists because of an abundance of vertebrate fossils from different geological eras.
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 Kerman Province
Kerman is one of the 30 provinces of Iran.
The main townships of Kerman province are: Baft, Bardseer, Bam, Jiroft, Rafsanjan, Zarand, Sirjan, Shahr-e-Babak, Kerman, Mahan and Kahnooj.
The city of Kerman and the surrounding regions have a semi-moderate and dry climate, with a maximum and minimum temperature of 39.6° C, and -7° C respectively.
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 Page of the province of kerman
It is bound on the north by the Khorasan and Yazd Provinces, on the south by the Hormuzgan Province and on the west by the Fars Province.
Baft, Sujan, Bardseer, Bam, Jiroft, Rafsanjan, Zarand, Shahr-e-Babak, Kerman and Kahnouj are Kerman's townships.
The population of the province was 1,949,234 between 1994 and 1995.
www.salamiran.org /CT/Tourism/Map/kerman/index.html   (1412 words)

  
 Kerman
It is the capital of Kerman province with 2.4 million inhabitants (2005 estimate) and an area of 181,714 km².
Kerman has road connections to Bandar-e Abbas 600 km south and Mashhad 1,200 km north and Yazd (also railway) 300 km northwest.
The bazaar of Kerman is large and the city has a collection of old mosques, like the 11th century Mosque of the King.
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  The Dispatch - Serving the Lexington, NC - News   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Kermān is one of the 30 provinces of Iran.
The main townships of Kerman province are: Baft, Bardsir, Bam, Jiroft, Rafsanjan, Zarand, Sirjan, Shahr-e-Babak, Kerman, Mahan and Kohnoj.
Kerman province is considered a paradise for palaeontologists because of an abundance of vertebrate fossils from different geological eras.
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Kerman is both the name of the province and its capital.
Although carpet weaving in Kerman precedes the Safavid dynasty, yet the flourishing period was during the reign of the same rulers.
Kerman was one of the first cities in Iran where many foreign companies installed carpet workshops to supply the needs of the Western markets.
www.persiancarpetexport.com /Kerman.asp   (749 words)

  
 SalamIran - Province of Kerman
Kerman, the capital of Kerman Province, located in an altitude of 1, 860 m above sea level and 1,062 km to the south of Tehran, is a wonderful place.
Kerman has had a long and turbulent history, and it has only for short spells enjoyed peace and prosperity at the same time.
The historical Bam, in an altitude of 1000 m, is a half-dead, half-living town 195 km to the southeast of Kerman.
www.salamiran.org /CT/provinces/kerman.html   (2679 words)

  
 Keman , Iran
Kerman is bounded on the north by yazd and Khorasan, on the east by Sistan va Baluchestan, on the south by Hormozgan, and on the west by Fars.
The province mainly consists of steppes and semiarid plateaus covered by brown or chestnut-colored soil that supports gtassy vegetation.
The Kerman carpets,renowed for their elaborate border patterns,mute colours and high quality, are regarded as the best souvenirs of Kerman.Gelims (carpets made of goasts's hair),Jajims(fine carpets made of wool or cotton) and Shawls are also among notable handicrafts.Furthermore,careway seed,dates and citrus fruit cultivated in Kerman are of the highest quality.
www.iranparadise.com /iran-travel/Kerman-Iran-travel.htm   (703 words)

  
 Iranian Cities: Kerman
Kerman is counted as one of the oldest cities and its name is derived from the Germaniol race listed by Herodotus, and its construction is attributed to Ardashir I of Sassanid Dynasty (Ardashir-e Babakan) in 3rd century CE.
Kerman was ruled by Turkmans, Arabs and Mongols after the 7th Century CE and was expanded rapidly during the Safavid Dynasty.
Kerman airport is counted as one of the main airports which has daily & weekly flights to Tehran, Ahwaz, Yazd, Esfahan, Bandar Abbas, Mashhad and Shiraz.
www.iranchamber.com /cities/kerman/kerman.php   (680 words)

  
 Kerman Rugs - Persian Rugs Collection
Kerman rugs, from the refined southern city, bright pastels with a sheen on the wool, many flowers, paneled gardens and the tree-of-life; or dramatic open fields in red or navy, with unrivalled medallions, suitable for your first palace.
The incredible Kerman Persian rug is a handmade treasure, which is cherished and respected worldwide.
Although Kerman"s rugs today aren"t nearly as fine as they were a hundred or more years ago, they have managed to keep one of the highest reputations of Iran's rugs.
www.indiarugsandcarpets.com /kerman-rugs.htm   (562 words)

  
 Kerman Summary
In ancient times Kerman, a province in southeastern Iran, was known as Carmania (in Persian, "bravery and combat") and formed part of the province of Ariana in the Persian empire.
Kerman borders the modern provinces of Khorasan and Yazd to the north; to the south, Hormuzgan, the Persian Gulf, and the Gulf of Oman; east, Sistan and Baluchistan; and west, Fars.
Politics in Kerman are influenced by the former President Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani and the Vice President Hossein Marashi, both from the nearby Rafsanjan.
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 Flatweaves of Kerman Province
The largest part of the tribe was ordered into Kerman Province; some have continued a tribal life, but many have intermarried with the local Persian population, to the point where Jenny Housego suggests we should avoid the name Afshar entirely.
It is a reasonable guess that a piece like Figure 7 represents the nomadic art of the Osturi, while the flatweave copies of pile rugs are probably the work of settled tribespeople in Ostur village and elsewhere.
It is clear from the huge numbers of flatwoven and knotted bags -- Figures l, 2, 5, 8, l2, l3,and l5 -- from Kerman Province that the Afshar tradition of nomadism is still a potent force.
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 Kerman Province
According to the 1996 census, the population of the province was 2,004,000 which from 52.9% were urban dwellers 46% villagers and the remaining 1.1% were registered as nomad tribes.
Urbanization rate was recorded in the county of Kerman as the highest in the Province with 79.9%, because of the city of Kerman itself which is the most developed and the largest in the province.
The climate of the province is varying because of the extreme Geographical diversity of the region.
www.irantour.org /Iran/province/Kerman.html   (423 words)

  
 Kerman
It is the capital of Kerman province with 2.4 million inhabitants (2005 estimate) and an area of 181,714 km².
Kerman has road connections to Bandar-e Abbas 600 km south and Mashhad 1,200 km north and Yazd (also railway) 300 km northwest.
The bazaar of Kerman is large and the city has a collection of old mosques, like the 11th century Mosque of the King.
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 Travel in Kerman - Iran - Culture - WorldTravelGate.net®-
Kerman city is located on a high margin of Kavir-e-Lut, is counted as one of the oldest cities and its construction is attributed to Ardashir-e-Babakan in 3rd century A.D. Kerman airport is counted as one of the main airports which has daily and weekly flights to Tehran, Ahvaz, Yazd, Esfahan, Bandar-e-Abbas, Mashhad and Shiraz.
It is the centre of trade in the region and is accessible from the Persian Gulf and Oman Sea ports.
Bam is located 193 km to the southeast of Kerman in the plains, between the Jebalbarez and Kabudi Mountains.
www.mideasttravelling.net /iran/kerman/kerman_culture.htm   (666 words)

  
 Main Page
The main townships of the province are as follows: Baft, Bardseer, Bam, Jiroft, Rafsanjan, Zarand, Sirjan, Shahr-e-Babak, Kerman and Kahnooj City in southeastern Iran with 380,000 inhabitants, situated on a sandy plain 1749 metres above sea level.
The altitudes and heights of the province are a part or the continuation of the central mountain ranges of the country.
The city of Kerman and the surrounding regions have a semi-moderate and dry climate, with a maximum and minimum temperature of 39.6° C, and -7° C respectively.
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 Iran - Kerman Tourist Attractions, Bam Citadel   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The province of Kerman is the third largest in Iran.
Believed to have been founded in the early 3rd century AD by Ardashir I, founder of the Sassanian dynasty, it was from the 7th century ruled in turn by the Arabs, Buyids, Seljuqs, Turkmen and Mongols, and then until the Ghajar dynasty (1779-1921) by a further succession of invaders and regional despots.
Kerman obtained security under the central government in Tehran during the last century, but its relative remoteness has continued to deny it any great prosperity.
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Abandoned caravanserais and crumbling fortifications in parts of the province indicate that for centuries it was an important junction on the caravan routes, connecting Iran and the subcontinent.
Kerman has suffered many invasions and destructions by invaders, lastly at the hands of the founder of the Qajar Dynasty, Agha Mohammad Khan in his attempt to overthrow the zand prince lotf-Ali Khan.
So well-Known is the province’s cumin, in fact, that the proverb “to carry zireh to Kerman”, has become as well Known in Iran as the saying “coals to New Castle”,is in the West.
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 Kerman
Kerman carpets are famous for their single medallion with an arabesque form called Eski-Kerman.
The city is the center of the Kerman province located Southeast of Tehran.
Kerman is hot and dry in summer and cold and dry in winter.
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 Dinosaur Footprints Found In Kerman - CAIS Archaeological & Cultural News of Iran©
Kerman province has long been called as the fossil paradise in Iran due to having many fossils from different geological periods.
“As Kerman region is of great importance as far as discovering fossils is concerned and fossils of different types of vertebrates have been identified here, we began a special project aimed at identifying dinosaur footprints and moulding them”, Amir-hossein Kokabi-nezhad, the paleontologist of the Natural History museum told CHN.
The dinosaur footprints in question were discovered before the Islamic revolution by the foreign experts in Zarand region in Kerman province.
www.cais-soas.com /News/2005/january2005/07-01.htm   (278 words)

  
 Kerman
Kerman has hot and dry weather in summer and cold and dry in winter.
Kerman is an ancient city and was called Botia during the Achaemenids dynasty.
Kerman is a center of trade in the region and is accessible by the Persian gulf and Oman Sea ports through railway and highways.
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 kerman rugs KERMAN carpets KIRMAN rugs Antique kirman Persain rugs Oldcarpet.com Information about oriental rugs and ...
The reds and blues in KERMAN rugs and carpets are lighter in comparison with carpets and rugs made in other cities in IRAN.
KERMAN is an ancient city and was called BOTIA during the Achaemenid Dynasty.
KERMAN carpets are highly prized because of the quality of their design and colors.
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 Travel to Iran, Kerman- attractions, hotels, tours   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Kerman is bounded on the north by yazd and Khorasan, on the east by Sistan va Baluchestan, on the south by Hormozgan, and on the west by Fars.
The province mainly consists of steppes and semiarid plateaus covered by brown or chestnut-colored soil that supports gtassy vegetation.
The Kerman carpets,renowed for their elaborate border patterns, mute colours and high quality, are regarded as the best souvenirs of Kerman.Gelims (carpets made of goasts's hair), Jajims (fine carpets made of wool or cotton) and Shawls are also among notable handicrafts.
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The district of Kerman is surrounded by a mountain chain which causes the variety of its weather, so the northern part of the city is located in an arid desert area, while the highland of the southern part of the city enjoys a moderate climate.
The geographical, natural and weather variation of the province of Kerman has caused the variation of wild life in the province.
Furthermore, all cities and towns of the province are well facilitated with different infrastructure networks such as energy supplying networks,telecommunication networks, as well as health centers, hospital, hotels guest houses, and tourist centers.
www.persevoyages.com /iran.kerman.htm   (623 words)

  
 Jozan: Impressions from Kerman, Iran
The snow-clad mountains surrounding Kerman were just outside the windows of the plane when we went in for landing, a wonderful sight, the town itself nowhere to be seen, situated on a mountain-plain about 1700 meters above sea level.
In an area between Kerman and towards the cities of Ravar and Rafsanjan, carpets are knotted with real knots locally known as "Nimbaff" (i.e.: half knot) or "Farsibaff", with one thick and one thin weft for each row of knots.
On the Kerman looms, the machine spun cotton warp is strung between the upper and lower beam, forming a vertical plane.
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 Kerman
This province was known as " Botia " in the Achaemenids period and in the Islamic era was counted as an important cultural center.
This province with an area of 186,422 Kms is located in south-east of Iran and enjoys a changeable climate, cold in mountainous areas and warm in plains.
Bam is located 193 Kms, to the southeast of Kerman in the plain, between the Jebal-e-Barez and Kabudi Mountains.
www.mohajeri.com /kerman.htm   (821 words)

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