Introducing of the Kurdistan    

Geographical and historical situation of Kurdistan


Kurdistan province with an area of approximately 28,203 square kilometers located in the West Of Iran From the North is limited to part of the province of West Azarbaijan and From the east is limited to part of the province of Zanjan and Hamedan and From the south is limited to part of the province of Kermanshah and From the West is limited to part of the Iraq


According to the latest divisions of the country in 1389 Kurdistan has 10 city, 25 towns, 84 villages and 27 districts and 1,732 villages

City of the province are :

Bane, Bijar, divandare, sarvabad, saghez, sanandaj, ghorve, dehgolan, kamyaran, marivan

اIn terms of climate and natural Kurdistan is a mountainous region with high plains and wide valleys. The height difference between the highest and lowest points of about 2400 meters.

Shahoo mountain with 3300 meters height and Bane Allott area with the 900 meters are the tallest and the lowest points of the Kurdistan

Kurdistan province due to having climatic and environmental conditions, From the pre-history is one of the human settlements And the results of the scientific exploration of ancient archeology in kurdetan indicate this article. In Kurdistan, about one thousand two hundred and thirty-four Ancient works have been identified, including the ancient hills, houses, mosques, sets and bath bridge with about half of them are in the national index registered.

Cultural Features


Kurdistan province is the Kurdish provinces in the West of the Iran.the language of most of the kurdistan people's is kurdish with different accentAnthropologists believe that the Kurdish language is an Iranian and Indo-European languages.

Kurdish language in the provinces of Ilam, Kurdistan province, Kermanshah, Hamedan, west Azarbaijan, north of Khorasan and other countries are different accent But most important or the most formal literary accent are Kurmanji and Sorani accents.literature and written in Sorani accent of Kurdish accent is common in kurditan. Kurdish people follow the religion of Islam, and the majority are Sunni and Shafi'i Most of manner of life in the province is the traditional and ethnic identityThere are about 1900 villages in the province of people that represents human nature and agriculture.

Cultural and historical attractions


the remains of Ancient works Which is referred to below representing antiquity and greatness of Kurdistan

Zivieh ancient hills is located 55 kilometers southeast of the city Saghez

karaftoo Cave is located 72 kilometers of the city Saghez

tangivar Inscriptions is located 58 kilometers west of the city kamyaran

The Daralehsan Mosque