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Khorramabad

Khorramabad - description of the city:

Khorramabad is city of Iran (Ostan-e Lorestan). The population of Khorramabad: 329,825 people. Geographic coordinates of Khorramabad: 33.48778 x 48.35583.

Country Iran
International title Khorramabad
Population 329,825 people
Timezone Asia/Tehran
State Ostan-e Lorestan
Geographic coordinates Latitude: 33.48778 x Longitude: 48.35583

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Places to see in Khorramabad
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Famous Places

Freud-Museum
Country: Austria

Berggasse 9, a typical 20th-century Viennese town house, was the home of Sigmund Freud, the famous doctor and father of psychoanalysis, from 1891—1938. Here he created his most acclaimed works and treated patients before he was forced to flee Aus ...

Weissenkirchen
Country: Austria

The small village in the heart of the Wachau Valley has attracted artists since 1900, who come to paint the magnificent scenery of the Danube gorge and to enjoy the cosy inns. Today, their works can be seen in the Wachaumuseum, in the Teisenhoferho ...

Amstetten
Country: Austria

A major transport hub, the town of Amstetten is situated on the Ybbs River near the border with Upper Austria. Originally known as Amistein, the town witnessed the arrival of Illyrian, Celts and Roman settlers over time. It is the largest town in t ...

Schwaz
Country: Austria

During the 16th century, this busy commercial town in the Inn river valley was the second largest in the Tyrol. Schwaz suffered extensive damage during the battle of 1809, but it has preserved some lovely historic sights. The most impressive of the ...

Horten
Country: Norway

Visitors that approach the town of Horten from the north are greeted by Hortenspiken. This bronze statute is known as the girl from Horten and is a welcoming site for those that come here. The girl in the statue is holding a boat, which shows that ...

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