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Iran is a country located in Western Asia, bordered by Iraq, Turkey, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Afghanistan and Pakistan. Covering an area of 1,648,195 square kilometers (that is 636,372 square miles), Iran is the fourth largest country entirely in Asia, and is the second largest country in Western Asia following Saudi Arabia. Iran holds a population of 85 million, which makes it the seventeenth most populated country in the world. The capital, and also largest city, is Tehran. Some other important cities are Mashhad, Isfahan, Karaj, Shiraz, and Tabriz. Iran’s government is known as an Islamic Republic, with a supreme leader. The current leader is Ali Khamenei.

Iran is located in an area that is very common for earthquakes. In fact, on average every 10 years one 7 Richter scale earthquake is believed to occur. The two major mountain ranges found within Iran are the Zagros Mountains, which go from the Iran-Turkey border to the southeast of the country, and Elburz Mountains, which run along the south. The highest point of Iran is Mount Damavand, a stratovolcano that stands at an elevation of 5,609 meters, or 18,403 feet. Mount Damavand also serves as the highest volcano in all of Asia.Iran is a biodiverse country with many precautions against harming the environment. There are many nature sanctuaries found within Iran, such as Bakhtegān Wildlife Refuge, Tūrān Protected Area, and Golestān National Park. The most famous species of animal found in Iran is the endangered Asiatic cheetah. The world’s largest subspecies of leopard, the Persian leopard, also calls Iran its home. There are at least 74 different species found in Iran that are on the red list of the International Union for Conservation of Nature. When it comes to the plant life on Iran, only around one-tenth of the country is forested. Some of the most common types of trees found in Iran are oak, beech, linden, elm, walnut, ash, and hornbeam.

Iran is home to a mixed economy, and according to the World Bank, the economy is a lower-middle income. The country is the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (or OPEC)’s second largest oil exporter. In fact, in 2007, Iran earned $70 billion in foreign exchange reserves, the majority of which came from crude oil exports. Iran is also home to a large agricultural economy, and the country is among the top five producers for the following foods: apricots, cherries, sour cherries, cucumbers and gherkins, dates, eggplants, figs, pistachios, quinces, walnuts, and watermelons.

During the later half of the 20th century, Iran faced a population growth boom, going from a population of 19 million in 1956 to 84 million by 2020. With a growth rate of around 1.39%, it is estimated that Iran’s population will stabilize and reach around 105 million by 2050. The country has a relatively young population, with nearly a quarter of Iranians being under the age of 15. Iran is home to the largest refugee population in the world with around one million refugees, mainly from Afghanistan or Iraq.

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Old Maps of Iran
Take a look through our collection of Old Maps of Iran.

Iran is a country located in Western Asia, bordered by Iraq, Turkey, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Afghanistan and Pakistan. Covering an area of 1,648,195 square kilometers (that is 636,372 square miles), Iran is the fourth largest country entirely in Asia, and is the second largest country in Western Asia following Saudi Arabia. Iran holds a population of 85 million, which makes it the seventeenth most populated country in the world. The capital, and also largest city, is Tehran. Some other important cities are Mashhad, Isfahan, Karaj, Shiraz, and Tabriz. Iran’s government is known as an Islamic Republic, with a supreme leader. The current leader is Ali Khamenei.

Iran is located in an area that is very common for earthquakes. In fact, on average every 10 years one 7 Richter scale earthquake is believed to occur. The two major mountain ranges found within Iran are the Zagros Mountains, which go from the Iran-Turkey border to the southeast of the country, and Elburz Mountains, which run along the south. The highest point of Iran is Mount Damavand, a stratovolcano that stands at an elevation of 5,609 meters, or 18,403 feet. Mount Damavand also serves as the highest volcano in all of Asia.Iran is a biodiverse country with many precautions against harming the environment. There are many nature sanctuaries found within Iran, such as Bakhtegān Wildlife Refuge, Tūrān Protected Area, and Golestān National Park. The most famous species of animal found in Iran is the endangered Asiatic cheetah. The world’s largest subspecies of leopard, the Persian leopard, also calls Iran its home. There are at least 74 different species found in Iran that are on the red list of the International Union for Conservation of Nature. When it comes to the plant life on Iran, only around one-tenth of the country is forested. Some of the most common types of trees found in Iran are oak, beech, linden, elm, walnut, ash, and hornbeam.

Iran is home to a mixed economy, and according to the World Bank, the economy is a lower-middle income. The country is the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (or OPEC)’s second largest oil exporter. In fact, in 2007, Iran earned $70 billion in foreign exchange reserves, the majority of which came from crude oil exports. Iran is also home to a large agricultural economy, and the country is among the top five producers for the following foods: apricots, cherries, sour cherries, cucumbers and gherkins, dates, eggplants, figs, pistachios, quinces, walnuts, and watermelons.

During the later half of the 20th century, Iran faced a population growth boom, going from a population of 19 million in 1956 to 84 million by 2020. With a growth rate of around 1.39%, it is estimated that Iran’s population will stabilize and reach around 105 million by 2050. The country has a relatively young population, with nearly a quarter of Iranians being under the age of 15. Iran is home to the largest refugee population in the world with around one million refugees, mainly from Afghanistan or Iraq.

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