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Tabriz ( _fa. تبریز, _az. تبریز) is the largest city in northwestern
Iran. It is situated north of the volcanic cone of Sahand, south of the Eynalimountain. It is the capital of East Azarbaijan Province. Tabriz lies at the junction of the Komur River (Mehran River) and the Aji River.
With a population of 1,600,000, [2007 census] Tabriz is Iran's Fourth largest city, after
Tehran, Mashhadand Esfahan. [ [http://amar.sci.org.ir/Detail.aspx?Ln=F&no=258263&S=GW Statistical Center of Iran: Results of national 2007 census] ]
The founding of Tabriz is shrouded in mystery and myth. Various sources [David Rohl. "
] [Jeffery Donley. "The Everything History of the Bible Book", Adams Media, 2006, ISBN 1593375565, p. 59] [Etta B. Donaldson. "A Journey to the Garden of Eden", "The American Magazine", Crowell-Collier Publishing Co., 1893, p. 439] Andrew Burke and Mark Elliott. "Iran", Lonely Planet, 2004, ISBN 1740594258, p. 133] name the city as the possible site of the Biblical
Garden of Eden.
According to some sources, [Gholam-Reza Sabri-Tabrizi. "Iran: A Child's Story, a Man's Experience", International Publishers Co., 1989, p. 72, ISBN 0717806820] including
Encyclopedia Britannica, [http://www.britannica.com/eb/article-9070851/Tabriz Encyclopedia Britannica. "Tabriz", Online Edition, 2007] ] the name "Tabriz" derives from "tap-riz" ("causing heat to flow" in Iranian languages), from the many thermal springs in the area. Other sources ["Tabrīz." Microsoft Encarta 2007 [DVD] . Redmond, WA: Microsoft Corporation, 2006.] [Samuel Graham Wilson. "Persian Life and Customs", Oliphant, Anderson and Ferrier, 1896, p.323] claim that in A.D. 246, to avenge his brother's death, king Khosraw Iof Armeniadefeated Ardashir Iof the Sassanid Empireand changed the name of the city from Shahistan to Tauris, deriving from "ta-vrezh" ("this revenge" in Grabar). In A.D. 297, it became the capital of Tiridates III, king of Armenia.Edward Backhouse Eastwick. "Journal of a Diplomate's Three Years' Residence in Persia", Smith, Elder and Co., 1864, p. 327]
Medieval and renaissance history
In A.D. 791, Zubaidah, the wife of
Abbasidcaliph Harun al-Rashid, rebuilt Tabriz Fact|or Gazaca?|date=April 2008 after a devastating earthquake and beautified the city so much as to obtain the credit for having been its founder.
After the Mongol invasion, Tabriz came to eclipse
Maraghehas the later Ilkhanidcapital of Azarbaijan until sacked by Tamerlanein 1392. Chosen as a capital by Arghun Khan, fourth ruler of the Ilkhanate, for its favored location in the northwestern grasslands,David Morgan, "The Mongols" p. 142] in 1295, his successor Ghazan Khanmade it the chief administrative center of an empire stretching from Egyptto the Oxus Riverand from the Caucasusto the Indian Ocean. Under his rule new walls were built around the city, and numerous public buildings, educational facilities, and caravansaries were erected. The Byzantine Gregory Choniadesis said to have served as the city's Orthodox bishop during this time.Fact|date=March 2008
From 1375 to 1468, Tabriz was the capital of
Kara Koyunlustate in Azarbaijan [V. Minorsky. "Jihān-Shāh Qara-Qoyunlu and His Poetry (Turkmenica, 9)", Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, Vol. 16, No. 2 (1954), p. 277] , and from 1469 to 1501 the capital of Ak Koyunlustate.
Shah Ismail Ientered Tabriz and proclaimed it the capital of his Safavid dynasty. In 1514, after the Battle of Chaldiran, Tabriz fell for a few months to the Ottomans, yet was returned and remained a capital of Safavid Iranian empire until 1548, when Shah Tahmasp Imoved Safavid capital to Qazvin.
Ottomansoccupied Tabriz on a number of occasions during and after the Safavidreign, including the period from 1585 to 1603. Nevertheless, by the 17th century it was a major commercial center, carrying out trade with the Ottoman Empire, Russia, central Asia, and India. Later, the city was again occupied (1724) by the Ottomans, and it was held by Russia in 1828.
Tabriz was the city where the
Constitutional Revolution of Iranstarted [Edward Shirley. "Know Thine Enemy: A Spy's Journey Into Revolutionary Iran", Westview Press, 1999, ISBN 0813335884, p. 170: "The 1906-11 Constitutional Revolution, Iran's first attempt to limit the power of its shahs, started in Tabriz, then the most Westernized Iranian city."] in 1906 and where its leaders, Sattar Khanand Bagher Khancame from. An American who died defending the Constitutional Revolution, Howard Baskerville, is buried in Tabriz.
Because of the location of Tabriz (as a gate to the west for Iran), many signs of modern life in Iran have first appeared in this city. Because of this, Iranians have described Tabriz as a "City of firsts". [ For a complete list of Firsts in Tabriz see:سردارينيا، صمد. "تبريز شهر اولينها"، تبريز: كانون فرهنگ و هنر آذربايجان، 1381] These include:
* The first printing house of Iran was founded in Tabriz (1811).
* The first modern school of Iran was founded in Tabriz by
Hassan Roshdieh(1888). The language of instruction was Persian and Azari Turkish.
* The first Iranian special school for
deafchildren was founded in Tabriz by Jabbar Baghcheban(1924).
* The first Iranian special school for blind students was founded in Tabriz by a German mission (1926).
* The first Iranian
kindergartenwas founded in Tabriz by Jabbar Baghcheban(1923).
* The first modern-style municipality and city hall in Iran were founded in Tabriz.
* Tabriz Chamber of Commerce was the first of its kind founded in Iran (1906).
* The first public libraries in modern Iran were founded in Tabriz.
* The first movie theater in Iran was founded in Tabriz (1900). Also the first movie theater in
Tehranwas founded by a Tabrizi (1921).
* Tabriz was the first city in Iran that got a Telephone system (about 1900).
The famous Iranian historian,
Ahmad Kasravi, was born in a nearby village called Hokmavar. Samad Behrangi, a famous writer and musicians, as well as Ali Salimi, Vahid Houseini, and Bigjeh-Khaniwere Tar (lute)specialists from this city.
After World War II, the Soviets set up the communist
Azerbaijan People's Governmentin North Western Iran with its capital at Tabriz. The new communist government, under the leadership of Jafar Pishevari, held power for a year from 1946, then Tabriz was taken back by Iran (on 1947) after the forced Soviet withdrawal.
* 4 BCE: It is the capital of "Media Atropatene" ,named after Atropates, an Iranian governor of the province (appointed by
Alexander the Great).
* 297: It becomes the capital of Tiridates III, the king of Armenia.
* 791: Tabriz is rebuilt by Zubaidah, wife of
Harun al-Rashid, after being destroyed by an earthquake.
* 858: An earthquake destroys large parts of Tabriz.
* 1041: An earthquake destroys large parts of Tabriz.
* late 1200s: The Mongol Il-Khan
Arghunmakes Tabriz his capital.
* 1501: Ismail Safavi crowned as Shah in Tabriz, founding the
* 1548: Tabriz is replaced by
Qazvinas the capital of the Safavid kingdom. Tabriz was considered too exposed to a potential Ottoman invasion.
* 1721: An earthquake destroys large parts of Tabriz.
* 1780: Another earthquake destroys large parts of Tabriz.
* 1826: Tabriz is occupied by the Russians.
Qajararmy enters back in Tabriz.
Báb, the founder of the Bábí Faith and Forerunner of Bahá'u'lláhis executed in Tabriz.
* 1906 - 1908: Tabriz becomes the centre of the
Iranian Constitutional Revolution.
* 1927: An earthquake destroyed large parts of Tabriz.
* 1941: Tabriz occupied by the Soviet troops.
* 1945: December: Becomes the capital of a short-lived Soviet-backed autonomous
Azerbaijan People's Government.
* 1946: Tabriz University is opened.
* 1947: Iranian troops take back Tabriz.
In 2002, during a construction project behind the Blue Mosque (Part of Silk Road Project), historical graves buried in a special way have been found. The construction company had hidden the finding for several months. Finally, the site was revealed by one of the workers who was involved at the construction site. Analysis has shown that the background of the graves to be more than 2000 years old.
There is another excavation site in Abbasi alley where the
City authority lies with the mayor, who is elected by a municipal board. The municipal board is periodically elected by the city residents.
Tabriz City Hall (Saat Tower building) is used as the Municipal central office.
Tabriz has a dry continental climate (Köppen BSk). The annual precipitation is around convert|310|mm|in|0, a good deal of which falls as snow during the winter months. In the summer, the weather is typically hot, dry and clear.
The predominant language in the city is Azerbaijani. Almost all inhabitants of the city also can speak and understand Persian as well.
The music and folksongs of Tabriz are popular and traditions have a long history among its people. Prominent Iranian Azeri poet
Mohammad Hossein Shahriarwas born in Tabriz. The handicrafts in the Bazaar of Tabriz, and in particular the Tabriz rugis famous worldwide. The culture, social values, language and the music is a mixture of what exists in rest of Iran as well as the.
Tabriz also has a special place in
Persian literature, as the following sample of verses from some of Iran's best poets and authors illustrates:
ساربانا بار بگشا ز اشتران
شهر تبريز است و کوی دلبران
Oh Sārbān, have camels' cargo unloaded,
For Tabriz is neighborhood of the beloved.
عزیزی در اقصای تبریز بود
که همواره بیدار و شبخیز بود
A beloved lived in Tabriz away from sight,
who was always alert and awake at night
―"Bustan of Sadi"
تا به تبریزم دو چیزم حاصل است
نیم نان و آب مهران رود و بس
As long as I live in Tabriz, two things I need not worry of,
The half loaf of bread and the water of Mehran River are enough!
Art of Rug
Tabriz is the number one center for production of the famous Iranian Rugs.
Nowaday Tabrizian carpets are the most wanted in world markets, having many customers in western countries from Europe to California.
Tabrizian rugs and carpets usually have ivory backgrounds with blue, rose, and indigo motifs. Rugs and carpets often have very symmetrical and balanced designs. They usually have a single medallion that is surrounded with vines and palmettos and are of excellent quality.
Tabrizian modern rugs are in many different designs and colors.
The classical music of Azerbaijan is called mugam ("muğam"), and is usually melded with poetry and instrumental interludes. The sung poetry sometimes includes tahrir segments, which use a form of throat singing similar to yodeling. The poetry is typically about divine love and is often linked to
In contrast to the mugam traditions of Central Asian countries, Azeri mugam is more free-form and less rigid; it is often compared to the improvised field of jazz. 
UNESCO proclaimed the Azerbaijani mugam tradition a "Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity" on November 7, 2003.
Ashiqs are travelling bards who sing and play the saz, a form of lute. Their songs are semi-improvised around a common base.
Food and Confectionary
"kufta Tabrizi" (Azeri:Tabriz kufta si) is a special food prepared in Tabriz. Some restaurants offer kufta Tabrizi on their menu but the quality is not as good as when it is prepared by Tabriz families at home.
Another traditional food is "Garniyarikh' ("the torn abdomen" in Azeri).That is some kind of
Dolmathat is filled with meat, garlic, almonds that is so delicious.
Tabriz is also famous for its delicious cookies, some of which are Tabriz specialities, including "
Ghorabiye, Eris, Nogha" and many others. They can be bought at markets: the most famous markets for this purpose are "Rex" (in Imam Ave near to Ferdowsi Ave.), "Tashrifat" (Abrassan Sq.), "Karimi" (Valieasr Quarter) and "Eftekhari" (Mansour Street)," Ayubi"(Abrassan Sq.) ,"Tesaj"(serah Sq.)
Several times in its history (e.g., in 858, 1041, and 1721), Tabriz was devastated by earthquakes which wiped out most of the historic monuments. One important monument that has survived these earthquakes is the Tabriz Citadel (
Ark-e Tabrizor Ark-e Alishah), a ruin of vertical book-shaped elements. The Blue Mosque of Tabriz(مسجد کبود "Gouy-Masjed") is another important monument in the city. Here is a list of city's monuments:
Aji River Bridge, an old bridge on the Aji River, beside the airport street
* The Amir Nezam House
Armenian church of Adontist
Armenian church of Saint Mary
Bazaar of Tabriz
* The Behnam House (School of Architecture,
Islamic Art University of Tabriz)
* Goy Masjid (Blue Mosque)
Bogh'e Imamzade Ibrahim
Catholic church of Tabriz
* [http://www.tabriziau.ac.ir/vmhbt/charmsazy-history.htm Charm Sazi-e Khosravi] (Faculty of Applied Arts)
* Shrine in Eynali Mountain
Ghari Bridge, 2 Historical Bridges on the Mehran River
Jameh Mosque of Tabriz, located at raste-koucheh
Maqbaratoshoara(Tumb of Poets)
Saat Tower(Tabriz City Hall)
* Saheb ol Amr
Seyed Hamzeh Grave
* Shah Gholi (Pool Of King) park
Tabriz Fire Fighting Tower
Tabriz Railway Station
The House of Boulourchian
The House of Mashrouteh (constitution)
The House of Sheykh-al-Islam
2-Kamal Tomb,in Abbasi street
sharbatoglu house, in seqat ol eslam street ,sorkhab alley no 62.
There are eight major museums in Tabriz:
* Museum of Azarbaijan in Khomeyni Street
Tabriz Constitution House(Museum of Constitution Revolution) in Bazaar
Shahryar Literature Museum(House of Late Poet Shahryar) in Maqsoudieh Quarter
Museum of Ostad Bohtouniin Laklar Quarter
Museum of Qajarin Sheshghelan Quarter
Museum of Naturein Azadi Street near to Abresan Crossway
Museum of Iran municipalities historyin saat (municipality) tower of Tabriz
* [http://www.parshotels.com 'Hotel Pars (Hotel El Gholi)] (International, 5 star) in Shah Goli
* [http://shahryarinternationalhotel.com/En/Home_E.htm Shahryar International Hotel] (5 star) in Shah Gholi Street
* Hotel Gostaresh (4 star) in Abresan Sq.
* [http://www.hoteltabriz.com/english.aspx Tabriz International Hotel] (4 star ) in Abresan Sq.
* Hotel Azarbaijan in Shahnaz Street
* Hotel Ark in Shahnaz Street
* Hotel Darya (3 star) in Khomeyni Street
* Hotel Park in Khomeyni Street
* Hotel Negin
* Hotel Sina, in front of Golestan Park (Gunga Bashi)
* Hotel Marmar, in Darvazeh Tehran road
* Kandovan Tourism Cliff (Rocky) Hotel (5 star), located at
Kandovantouristy village. It is the first of its kind in Iran and the second in the world after Turkey's rocky hotel.
* and many hostels (with low cost) in Ferdowsi Street
Since ancient times Tabriz has been known as a transportation center between West and East. It lies on the ancient
Currently Tabriz is linked to the world by Sento International Road, Iran Railways and
Tabriz International Airport.
Tabriz has taxi and public bus network. There are also some private groups which provide taxi services.
Metro Network (Subway Urban Train Network)
Tabriz does not have a completed subway train network at the moment. The government of Iran had planned to finish 6km of line No.1 of subway urban train network of Tabriz in 2006 but they could not reach to this goal because of financial problems. [ [http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=382628 [Tabriz Metro | U/C - SkyscraperCity ] ]
Education & Research
Universities & Research Centres
Tabriz Universityis one of Iran's most prestigious schools of higher education. A list of the universities and research centers in the city follows:
University of Tabriz
Tabriz University of Medical Sciences
Sahand University of Technology
* [http://www.azaruniv.edu/ Tarbiat Moallem University of Azarbaijan]
* [http://www.tabriziau.ac.ir/ Tabriz Arts University]
* [http://www.ea-uast.ac.ir Elmi Karbordi University of Tabriz]
* [http://www.iaut.ac.ir/ Islamic Azad University of Tabriz]
* [http://www.ucna.ac.ir University College of Nabi Akram]
* [http://www.seraj.ac.ir Seraj Higher Education Institute]
Jahad Daneshgahi(ACECR) Higher Education Institute,East Azarbaijan branch, located at Jaam Jam Street
Payame Noor University of Tabriz
Khajeh Rashid University
Imam Hossein University, Tabriz Branch
* [http://www.bttt.ir Shahid Beheshti Training Teacher Center of Tabriz]
* [http://www.eastp.ir East Azarbaijan Park of Science & Technology]
* [http://www.tct.ac.ir Tabriz college of Technology]
Azzahra College of Technology, Tabriz, girls college
State Organization of Technical and Vocational Training
* Roshdieh School is the first modern Iranian school which was established by
Haj-Mirza Hassan Roshdieh. Currently its building is used as the Tabriz branch of the National Iranian Documents and Library Office.
* Memorial School (
American School of Tabriz) was opened on 1891 and is one of the most famous schools of its type. After World War II the school's name was changed to Parvin High School under Iran education ministry's management. Currently it is divided into three separate high schools and the original building is under reconstruction.
* Vahdat Technical College is another famous school in Tabriz. It was developed by the Germans during World War II. The main building has the shape of an "A" (the first letter of Germany in German Language).
FerdowsiHigh School is one of the largest and most prominent academic high schools in Tabriz. The original building was constructed by German Engineers before World War II (to serve as Hospital). The building has an aerial view as H.
* Valiiasr religious school
* Talebiieh Islamic Sciences School
Tabriz National Library( Central Library of Tabriz ) was the biggest library in Tabriz. It has been reconstructed during last decade. It has numerous pieces of hand written Iranian literature.
Library of Helal Ahmar.
Library of Farhangsara Tabriz.
Library of Shahid Motahhari.
Library of Shahryar.
Tabrizi people are fans of soccer. The city is the site of four Iranian major soccer teams:
Machine Sazi F.C.
Iranian Tractor Manufacturing Co F.C. (ITMCO)
Shahrdari Tabriz F.C.
Tabriz Petrochemical Complex F.C.Tabriz also has two stadiums for soccer:
Bagh Shomal Stadium, with 20,000 Capacity
Yadegar-e-Emam Stadiumwith 71,000 Capacity
Politicians and reformists:
Sattar khan, nationalist revolutionary leader
Baqer khan, nationalist revolutionary leader
Mohammad Khiabani, cleric, a political leader during Iran's constitutionalist revolution
Hasan Taqizadeh, politician (former President of the Iranian Senate), Diplomat and Scholar.
Ahmad Kasravi, politician and author
Mirza Abdul'Rahim Talibov Tabrizi, intellectual and social reformer.
Ali Soheili, Prime Minister of Iran
Ebrahim Hakimi, Prime Minister of Iran
Mahmud Jam, Prime Minister of Iran
Ali Sadri,poet.and famous politician
Qatran Tabrizi, poet
Homam Tabrizi, poet
Parvin E'tesami, poetess
Mohammad Hoseyn Behjat Tabrizi (Shahriyar), poet
Mirza Taqikhan Raf'at Tabrizi, poet, writer, funder of Raf'at Literary School
Yadollah Maftun Amini, poet
*Abu'l Majd Tabrizi, compiler of
Safina-yi Tabrizand also a writer
Samad Behrangi, Famous Children's books writer
Reza Baraheni, novelist, poet, critic and political activist
Gholamhossein Saedi, writer, novelist, and political activist
Naser Merqati, Poet, writer,
Fariba Vafi, novelist
Mohsen Hashtroodi, Mathematician
Javad Tabatabaei, political philosopher, historian and a distinguished university professor.
Allameh Tabatabaei, one of the most prominent thinkers of contemporary Shia Islam
Allameh Mohammad Taghi Jafari, philosopher , thinker
Farhad Fakhredini, musician, Conductor of National Orchestra
Kamal Tabrizi, movie producer
Tahmineh Milani, film director, screenwriter, and producer
Resam Arjangi, painter
Behrouz Jamali, musician
Karim Bagheri, footballer
Feridoun Jam, Marshal and previous head of Iran Imperial Army Core
"For a complete list see:
List of people from Tabriz"
Tabriz is one of Iran's most important industrial cities. Its products include cement, machine tools, vehicles, petrochemical and many other industrial products. Some of the major industrial complexes in the city are listed below:
* [http://www.mst.ir/ Machine Sazi-e-Tabriz] , Producer of machine tools
* [http://www.itm.co.ir/ Iran Tractor Manufacturer Company (ITMCO)] , Producer of various types of vehicles
* [http://www.nipc.net/affiliated/english/tabriz.html Tabriz Petrochemical Complex] , One of main pertrochemical companies in the country
* [http://www.tbzrefinery.co.ir/ Tabriz Oil Refinery Complex] , The main oil refinery in the north west of country
* [http://www.iktbz.com/ Iran Khodro Tabriz] , It is a branch of Iran Khodro Indistrial Group, producer of a variety cars
* [http://www.rakhshkhodro.com/ Rakhsh Khodro Diesel,Tabriz] , Producer of various types of heavy vehicles and cars
* [http://www.idemco.com/ I.D.E.M. Co. Iranian Diesel Engine Manufacturing Co.] , The leading manufacturer of diesel engines in middle east
* [http://www.charkheshgar.com/main.asp? Charkheshgar Co.] , The leading manufacturer of different types of auto gearbox in Iran
* [http://www.motogen.ir Motogen Co.] , The leading manufacturer of different type of electromotors in Iran
* [http://www.sahand-forklift.com/ Sahand Forklift Truck Co.] , Manufacturer of different type of Forklift Trucks
Azarbaijan Glass industrial Company, Producer of any kind of standard glasses
* [http://www.simcat.ir/ Tabriz Wire and Cable Co. (Simcat)] , Producer of power wire and cables
* [http://www.iridco.ir/Farsi/PublicHistory.aspx Iran Rail Industrial Development Company]
* [http://www.soufiancement.com/English/e_home.htm Soufian Cement Company] , Cement supplier of civil projects in Northwest of Iran with highest quality in Cement producing.
* [http://www.cst-ir.com/ Compressor Sazi Tabriz Company] , first and the largest producer of various types of Air Compressors and Pneumatic tools
Major Chocolate Factories
Tabriz food industries, specially in chocolate manufacturing, are famous. That could be the reason to honor the city as Chocolate City of Iran also. Some of the most famous chocolate industries of inside the city are:
* [http://www.aidin.com/ Aidin (Dadash Baradar Co.)]
* [http://www.anataco.com/Index.htm ANATA (Nejati Industrial Group)]
* [http://www.shirinasal.com/ Shirin Asal co.]
* [http://www.chichak.net/en/ Chichak (Iran chocolate Co.)]
* [http://www.aysuda.com/defaultS.asp Aysuda (Shokouh Shad Shanjan Co.)]
* [http://www. chocomad.com/home.asp Shokomad (Shokomad Co.)]
Photo Gallery of Tabriz
----For a more extensive photo gallery of Tabriz see
Tabriz City Photo Gallery.
The following is a list of Tabriz's sister cities:
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
* North, S.J.R., Guide to Biblical Iran, Rome 1956, p. 50
* [http://www.iranchamber.com/cities/tabriz/tabriz.php City of Tabriz on Iran Chamber Society (www.iranchamber.com)]
* [http://chap.sch.ir/ketabDetail.asp?id=215 Editorial Board, East Azarbaijan Geography, Iranian Ministry of Education, 2000] (High School Text Book in Persian)
* [http://www.tabriziau.ac.ir/vmhbt/ Tabriz Historical Buildings Virtual Library - Related to Tabriz University]
* [http://www.irantour.org/Iran/city/TABRIZ.html Tabriz Information]
* [http://www.tabriz.com/ Tabriz Culture & Information Center]
* [http://www.geocities.com/tabrizazer Tabriz City]
* [http://lexicorient.com/e.o/tabriz.htm Tabriz from Encyclopaedia of the Orient]
* [http://www.tabrizcity.org/ Tabriz Municipal Office]
* [http://www.tabrizinfo.com/ tabrizinfo.com]
* [http://www.tmna.ir/index.asp Tabriz Municipality News Agency]
* [http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=382628 Tabriz Metro]
* [http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=403242 Hundreds of Tabriz Pictures]
* Bahram Moshiri's brief talk on Azarbaijan. [http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=304775902151936247] .
* [http://illusions.hu/index.php?task=100&lang=0&statpage=111 A google video from Tabriz]
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