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Zanjan is city of Iran (Zanjan). The population of Zanjan: 357,471 people. Geographic coordinates of Zanjan: 36.6736 x 48.4787.

Country Iran
International title Zanjan
Population 357,471 people
Timezone Asia/Tehran
State Zanjan
Geographic coordinates Latitude: 36.6736 x Longitude: 48.4787

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Schwarzenbergplatz
Country: Austria

The elongated Schwarzenberg Square, one of the city’s grandest spaces, is best seen from the Ringstrasse, from where several important structures come into view together. In the foreground is the equestrian statue of Prince Karl Schwarzenberg, wh ...

Wels
Country: Austria

The history of Wels dates back to Roman days, as testified by numerous excavations. Some of the objects discovered are on display in the former Minorites’ Abbey, including the famous Wels Venus, a bronze statuette from the 1st—2nd century AD an ...

Lustenau
Country: Austria

A fairly large town, Lustenau lies 5 km (3 miles) north of the mouth of the Rhine as it joins Bodensee, on the border with Switzerland. It is famous for its beautiful embroidery and lace-making, popular throughout Austria. It was at Lustenau that t ...

Villach
Country: Austria

The town of Spittal is dominated by the Goldeck peak (2,142 m/7,028 ft). The history of the town began in the 12th century, when Count Ortenburg founded a church and a Spittal or hospice on this site. The town owes its Renaissance character to the ...

Outer Trondheimsfjorden
Country: Norway

Name The fjord gets its name from Trondheim – but at first the fjord could have been Pround or Prond in the Old Norse language. That name would have been related to the verb proast, and that translates to “flourish” or “thr ...

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