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Iran - HIstory geography climate culture economy government Iran is a country located in the Middle East Below it is the Gulf of Omanand to the west is the Persian Gulf On the east is Afghanistan and to thenorth is Turkmenistan and the Caspian Sea The total area of Iran is 632457square miles which is slightly larger than Alaska and about 6 times smallerthan the United States Iran has about 65612000 people which is about 100people per square mile That means that the United States has close to 3times the size in population than Iran Climate and Geography Iran is split up into three regions of land forms The first is the coast alongthe Persian Gulf and Gulf of Oman which has high temperatures of 120degrees Fahrenheit In the inland part of the plateau in can also hit 120degrees In the capital city Tehran which is located at the edge of the ElburzMountains the average temperature is about 36 degrees Fahrenheit inJanuary and 85 degrees Fahrenheit in July In the nearby city of Abadanwhich is on the coast of Iran up in the corner of the Persian Gulf thetemperatures are about the same even though its right by the Persian Gulfgetting the warm air from the the water The Plateau of Iran is very dry throughout most of it because the annualprecipitation is about 1 or 2 inches On the coast of the Persian Gulf they get10 inches to 15 inches per year In the Zagros and Elburz Mountain rangesthe precipitation is about 50 inches annually Rivers in Iran are low in thesummer time because most of them are on flat land The only rivers thatstay high are the ones that run from mountains Like the Karun Riverwhich flows from the Zagros Mountains into Khorramshahr It issupposedly the most navigable river in Iran The highest peak in Iran is Mount Damavand
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