Komijan is a city in and the capital of Komijan County, Markazi Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 7,358, in 2,004 families.
The area is considered the highest point of the city and the urban fabric of the old location, which is called the city of Bam.
The area the neighborhood near the intersection Mahdiyeh Njarlar 16 meters from the street, which is one of the neighborhoods of Old komijan. This place is a mosque called the Masjid Mosque Zaman the old mosque and the Grand Parad Rah is considered that the establishment of local Friday Prayers as well.
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Three universities are situated in Komijan, namely the Komijan branch of the Komijan University, Islamic Azad University of komijan and the Komijan branch of the Payame Noor University. Komijan City is situated in Komijan County
Komijan produces large amounts of wheat and cotton. It is also well known for its pomegranates and melons. Komijan Industrial City, the largest industrial city in Iran, is located in Komijan
Geography and climate
Komijan has medial, cool winter and mild, short fall. The mean temperature in summer is 15 degrees celsius, maximum temperature in summer could soar up to 25 degrees Celsius while in winters the minimum temperature could fall around -15 degrees Celsius. The annual rainfall is about 250 mm. Komijan is 90 km north-weast of the capital markazi. It has an approximate height of 1550 meters above sea level. Komijan has a semi-arid climate, characterized with extremely cold winters where the minimum temperature could fall down to −25 °C (−13 °F). On the other hand, summertime in Komijan is relatively hot with temperatures could reach up to 36 °C (97 °F). The annual precipitation averages 250 millimetres.
Although many people live in Komijan, its numbers are decreasing as many leave Komijan to go and live in Tehran or other main cities of Iran. Some of the summer resorts around Komijan are Teraran, vafs. The Vafs spa is a touristic place around Komijan. Tourists of the villages usually visit them in the summer.
Prince Hussein (Haji Rizwan) in the era of Mohammad Shah ghajar
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