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  Tabriz Encyclopedia Article @ LaunchBase.com (Launch Base)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Tabriz is situated north of the volcanic cone of Sahand south of the Eynali mountain.
Tabriz is where the constitutionalists of Iran was centered during the early 20th century.
Tabriz was captured by Timur in the late 14th cent., and Shah Ismail made it the capital of his empire from 1501 until his defeat (1514) by the Ottoman Turks.
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 High Quality Tabriz Persian Rugs, Nain Oriental Carpets, Silk Qom Rug Carpet
This Tabriz rug was completed a few years ago and shipped to me shortly after it was completed.
My family is from Tabriz and all of the rugs you see are purchased directly from the weavers.
All of my Tabriz and Nain Persian carpets are made of fine Kurkwool and have most have large silk highlights or have silk added to the pile.
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 Tabriz - HighBeam Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Later, the city was again occupied (1724-30) by the Ottomans, and it was held by Russia in 1827-28.
After World War II it was the scene of a revolution led by the leftist Tudeh party, and a Tudeh regime, which had the support of the Soviet Union, held power for a few months in 1946.
The city has often been devastated by earthquakes (e.g., in 858, 1041, and 1721) and has few historical remains; of these, the most important are the beautiful Blue Mosque (15th cent.) and the Ark, or Ali Shah, Mosque (14th cent.), whose walls are 85 ft (25.9 m) high.
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