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chabahar city

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The Flower Projectors:
In the middle of the Kahir-o-Tong Plain, 20 km from the village of Kahir along the Tong-Galak Road, some kilometers away from the Road, there are three small ‘flower-projecting’ hills, 10 to 20 meters high, two of which are similar to each other and were inactivated several years ago. The third one is an active volcano and a unique natural phenomenon and its likes are reported only to exist in three other parts of the world. It keeps projecting out cold gray flowers.

 

 
 

Fishing Piers:
There are several fishing piers in Chabahar, 3 of which, Tis, Ramin and Beris, are more attractive than the others. The Tis Pier is within the Free Zone, Ramin is 10 km and Beris 60 km away from Chabahar.
Watching the launches, the fishing boats and the fishermen with the various fish and lobsters they catch, which are the unique products of the region, can be a pleasant experience.

 
 


This section is copied form the web site of Chabahar Free Zone.


About Chabahar » Cultural & Social Characteristics

History:

The city of Chabahar does not have a long history. There is the fishing village of Tis in its neighborhood which dates from 2,500 BC, known in Alexander's Conquests as Tiz, gradually renamed as Tis. In addition, in his book Aqd al-Ala lel-Moaffaq, Afzal al-Din abu Hamedin wrote in 584 A.H. about the Tiz Port and the commerce and trade that went on in it. Tis was formerly an active commercial port, and was destroyed by the Mongols. There are still some ruins in the village. The Portuguese were the first colonial country to attack the Makran (Oman) Sea. The Portuguese forces under Albert Kirk gained control of Chabahar and Tis, staying there until 1031 A.H. The British and later the Portuguese in the 17 century (year 1616) AC (1026 A.H.) entered this region.

Population and Divisions of the Country:

The county of Chabahar has a population of 54,912 people, with an urban population of 34%. There are 3 cities in the county, i.e. Chabahar, Negur, Konarak, 4 districts, i.e. Konarak, Pelan and Dashtyari and 10 rural counties, i.e. Kahir, Zarabad, Jahlian, Kambel e Soleyman, Pir e Sohrab, Pelan, Talang, Negur, Sendmirthuban and Bahukalat. The native residents in the city of Chabahar are the Baluches. The Baluch people are characterized by their love of freedom, belligerence, bravery, hospitality, piety, diligence and hard work. Because of their special environmental conditions, these people are very resistant and patient. The Baluches are from the Aryan tribes who separated from northern Iranian regions and migrated to the south. This is supported by the close similarity of the Baluchi language to the Median language.

Weather:

The county of Chabahar has a warm humid weather in the summer and a temperate weather in the winter. The monsoon winds in the summer and the western winds in the winter bring about scattered rainfalls in this region. The monsoon winds from the Indian subcontinent (in the monsoon season) makes Chabahar the coolest southern port in the summer and the warmest part of Iran in the winter. It has an average maximum temperature of 34 ˚C and an average minimum temperature of 10.5 ˚C. It has the same latitude as Miami Port in Florida peninsula, USA, and weather conditions exactly similar to those in Miami Port.

Vegetation:

The environmental changes affect agriculture in the county of Chabahar. Most lands are potentially suitable for agriculture. However, because of lack of non-salty water and timely rainfall, agriculture is not of essential importance and most lands have remained useless while the agricultural products depend on the winter rainfall. Farmers construct earth dams around lands to reserve rainwater for cultivation purposes when the land water dries. However, because of its warm, humid weather, it has a potential for cultivating tropical fruits. Such fruits generally cannot be cultivated in other parts of Iran and this provides good conditions for tourists and guests from outside the region, esp. because of the big banana, coconut and citrus gardens, with beautiful views in the county.

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The Flower Projectors:
In the middle of the Kahir-o-Tong Plain, 20 km from the village of Kahir along the Tong-Galak Road, some kilometers away from the Road, there are three small ‘flower-projecting’ hills, 10 to 20 meters high, two of which are similar to each other and were inactivated several years ago. The third one is an active volcano and a unique natural phenomenon and its likes are reported only to exist in three other parts of the world. It keeps projecting out cold gray flowers.

 

 
 

Fishing Piers:
There are several fishing piers in Chabahar, 3 of which, Tis, Ramin and Beris, are more attractive than the others. The Tis Pier is within the Free Zone, Ramin is 10 km and Beris 60 km away from Chabahar.
Watching the launches, the fishing boats and the fishermen with the various fish and lobsters they catch, which are the unique products of the region, can be a pleasant experience.

 
 


This section is copied form the web site of Chabahar Free Zone.


About Chabahar » Cultural & Social Characteristics

History:

The city of Chabahar does not have a long history. There is the fishing village of Tis in its neighborhood which dates from 2,500 BC, known in Alexander's Conquests as Tiz, gradually renamed as Tis. In addition, in his book Aqd al-Ala lel-Moaffaq, Afzal al-Din abu Hamedin wrote in 584 A.H. about the Tiz Port and the commerce and trade that went on in it. Tis was formerly an active commercial port, and was destroyed by the Mongols. There are still some ruins in the village. The Portuguese were the first colonial country to attack the Makran (Oman) Sea. The Portuguese forces under Albert Kirk gained control of Chabahar and Tis, staying there until 1031 A.H. The British and later the Portuguese in the 17 century (year 1616) AC (1026 A.H.) entered this region.

Population and Divisions of the Country:

The county of Chabahar has a population of 54,912 people, with an urban population of 34%. There are 3 cities in the county, i.e. Chabahar, Negur, Konarak, 4 districts, i.e. Konarak, Pelan and Dashtyari and 10 rural counties, i.e. Kahir, Zarabad, Jahlian, Kambel e Soleyman, Pir e Sohrab, Pelan, Talang, Negur, Sendmirthuban and Bahukalat. The native residents in the city of Chabahar are the Baluches. The Baluch people are characterized by their love of freedom, belligerence, bravery, hospitality, piety, diligence and hard work. Because of their special environmental conditions, these people are very resistant and patient. The Baluches are from the Aryan tribes who separated from northern Iranian regions and migrated to the south. This is supported by the close similarity of the Baluchi language to the Median language.

Weather:

The county of Chabahar has a warm humid weather in the summer and a temperate weather in the winter. The monsoon winds in the summer and the western winds in the winter bring about scattered rainfalls in this region. The monsoon winds from the Indian subcontinent (in the monsoon season) makes Chabahar the coolest southern port in the summer and the warmest part of Iran in the winter. It has an average maximum temperature of 34 ˚C and an average minimum temperature of 10.5 ˚C. It has the same latitude as Miami Port in Florida peninsula, USA, and weather conditions exactly similar to those in Miami Port.

Vegetation:

The environmental changes affect agriculture in the county of Chabahar. Most lands are potentially suitable for agriculture. However, because of lack of non-salty water and timely rainfall, agriculture is not of essential importance and most lands have remained useless while the agricultural products depend on the winter rainfall. Farmers construct earth dams around lands to reserve rainwater for cultivation purposes when the land water dries. However, because of its warm, humid weather, it has a potential for cultivating tropical fruits. Such fruits generally cannot be cultivated in other parts of Iran and this provides good conditions for tourists and guests from outside the region, esp. because of the big banana, coconut and citrus gardens, with beautiful views in the county.

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