NoorAbad (Mamasani) City

Nurabad Mamasani Located to the west of Shiraz in Fars Province, it has a rather cold climate in north and warm in the south. In old history books, Mamasani was mentioned as"Shoulestan", derivated from Shoul, which was one of Lur tribes.

Nurabad is located 58.7 kilometres (36.5 mi) from Kazerun, 80.5 kilometres (50.0 mi) from Yasuj (Kohgiluyeh-e Boyerahmad Province), 87.8 kilometres (54.6 mi) from Do Gonbadan (Kohgiluyeh-e Boyerahmad), and 100.2 kilometres (62.3 mi) from Borazjan (Bushehr Province).

Mamasani (also Muhammad Hasni) an ancient tribe with numerous sub-tribes live in Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq and other countries. The main tribe resides in Mamasani county in Fars province in Iran and speak Luri language. The Sistani Mamasanis live in Sistan and Baluchistan. The Brahui and Baluchi Mamasanis are called Muhammad Hassani live in Baluchistan provinces of Iran and Pakistan and Nimrus and Helmand of Afghanistan.
Noorabad Mamasani
Noorabad Mamasani
Tangsa Waterfall - Noorabad Mamasani
Noorabad Mamasani
Mil Ejdeha Fire Temple - Noorabad Mamasani
Mil Ejdeha Fire Temple - Noorabad Mamasani
Kurangun Relief is located in Fars Province and is a site of an Elamite rock reliefs. This relief shows a God with horned crown sitting on a throne. Behind him ...
Category: Rivers
Fahliyan River is formed by the adjoining of the "Shesh Peer" and "Rood Peer" Rivers and after passing the Qaleh Sefid Mount, enters the Fahlian Plain. This river ...
Opposite the Saravan Village, there are ruins relevant to the Achaemenian Dynasty. The 90 cm. base pillars with the same ornamental engravings of the Takht-e-Jamshid ...
This castle is located 8 km. from the hilly village of Kalgeh and is surrounded by the Ena and Sejak Gorges from which the Fahliyan River crosses by. It is believed ...
This castle is located 15 km. north of Noor-Abad, it dates back to the Elamite era. It is believed that in 5th century, it was one of the famous castles of Esmailians ...
This promenade is located 7 kilometers from the Noor Abad Tower (Fire-Temple) with wonderful orchards, gardens and several springs. The area is full of various ...
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