Familiarity with the city of Tehran

It has been more than 200 years since Tehran was chosen as the capital of Iran. It is located at 51.25 and 35.43 degrees in longitude and the average altitude of this city is 1100 above sea level. Tehran has been the center of political and administrative weight of the country for the last 200 years. A city that has acceptable access roads. Its clean space and parks provide a good view for any viewer. The climate of Tehran is hot and dry in summer and cold in winter. The average annual temperature in Tehran is 17.1 degrees Celsius, its absolute maximum is 44 degrees Celsius and its absolute minimum is 8 degrees Celsius. The average rainfall is 231 mm and the average icy days during the year is 49 days. Iran’s administrative structure is concentrated in Tehran and is divided into 22 districts, 134 districts (including Rey and Tajrish) and 370 neighborhoods. There are two important towers in Tehran, one is Azadi Tower which is the symbol of the city and the other is Milad Tower which is one of the important attractions of the city. Tehran hosts nearly half of the country’s industrial activities, and factories in the fields of automotive equipment, electricity and electronics, textiles, sugar, cement and chemicals are located in the city. Tehran is also a major market for carpets and furniture products throughout the country. In the south of the capital, there is an oil refinery called Tehran Refinery. In Tehran and its suburbs, there are religious historical sites such as mosques, churches, synagogues and Zoroastrian fire temples. In the list of the most expensive capitals in the world in 2008 (AD), this city was at the bottom. Also, Tehran is in the list of the most expensive cities in the world and based on the cost of living index, it is one step behind. The city is ranked 56th in terms of GDP and ranked 29th among cities in the world, taking into account the population of the urban area. In Tehran, there are many attractions such as Nature Bridge, Jurassic Park, various museum palaces, etc. for those who are interested.