Hamadhan


Hamadhan

Hamadan

Hamedan
(fa) همدان
Administration
Pays Iran Iran
Province Hamedan
Géographie
Latitude 34° 46′ Nord
       48° 35′ Est
/ 34.77, 48.58
Longitude
Altitude 1 824 m
Démographie
Population 528 261 hab. (2006)
Localisation
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Hamedan
Sources
Gazetteer.de
Index Mundi
Mausolée de Baba Taher à Hamedan.
Mausolée d'Avicenne à Hamedan.

Hamadan ou Hamedan (en persan : همدان) est une très ancienne ville. Elle fut durant tout un temps la capitale de la Perse sous le nom d'Ecbatane. Elle est aujourd'hui la capitale de la province du même nom en Iran.

Hamedan était un point de passage obligé pour les routes commerciales entre la Mésopotamie et le reste de l'Iran.

Le tombeau d'Avicenne se trouve à Hamedan.

Villes jumelles

Universités

Voir aussi

  • Portail de l’Iran Portail de l’Iran
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