Ahvaz (or Ahwaz; Persian: اهواز, translit. Ahvāz) is a city in the southwest of Iran, and the capital of Khuzestan province. At the 2011 census, its population was 1,112,021 and its built-up area with Sheybani was home to 1,136,989 inhabitants. Iran's only navigable river, Karun, passes by the middle of the city. It has a long history dating back to the Achaemenid period. In the ancient times, it had been one of the main centers of the Academy of Gondishapur.
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We could see this from our hotel window and truly magical. Quite a sight on a very cold and black night!!! And eerily magics, early morning....
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The suspended bridge or white bridge symbolizes the city of Ahvaz. Ahvaz is a city of Bridges, the oldest of which is the oldest bridge to the cable bridge, which is starting to find its place.the famous statio of 3 lady was been placed at the on side of bridge 40 years ago but not now.
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Hi, it is a new-build Footbridge over Karun River. it has some benches along it to sit and relax. there are two parks in both ends of bridge. very good for photographing Recommended to visit specially in evening or early morning
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The Catholic Church has the most religious activity in Ahvaz, and this church is on the Naderi street of Ahvaz and the priests of Isfahan have one time to hold
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