Iran

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Islamic Republic of Iran
  • fa
  • Jomhuri-ye Eslāmi-ye Irān
Bandira han Iran
Bandira
Emblem han Iran
Emblem
Lema: 
  • fa
"Independence, freedom, the Islamic Republic." (de facto)[1]
Kahamutang han Iran
Pamunuan
ngan gidako-i nga syudad
Tehran
Opisyal nga mga pinulongan Persian
Spoken languages[2]
Relihiyon Official: Shia Islam
Other recognized religions:
Demonimo Iranian, Persian
Kagamhanan Unitary presidential theocratic republic
Ali Khamenei
Hassan Rouhani
Eshaq Jahangiri
Lehislatura Islamic Consultative Assembly
Unification[3]
c. 678 BCE
550 BCE
224 CE
1501[5]
1 April 1979
24 October 1979
28 July 1989
Kahaluag
• Tanan
1,648,195 km2 (636,372 sq mi) (18th)
• Katubigan (%)
0.7
Kamolupyohan
• 2013 estimate
77,176,930[6] (17th)
• Densidad
48/km2 (124.3/sq mi) (162rd)
GDP (PPP) 2014 nga banabana
• Tanan
$1.284 trillion[7] (17th)
• Per capita
$16,463[7] (72nd)
GDP (nominal) 2014 nga banabana
• Tanan
$402.700 billion[7] (20th)
• Per capita
$5,165[7] (98th)
Gini (2010) 38[8]
namumutnga
HDI (2013)  0.749[9]
hataas · 75th
Salapî Rial (﷼) (IRR)
Zona hin oras IRST (UTC+3:30)
• Katsirak (DST)
IRDT (UTC+4:30)
Format hin pitsa yyyy/mm/dd (SH)
Namanehar ha right
Kodigo hin pagtawag +98
ISO 3166 nga kodigo IR
Internet TLD

An Iran (جمهوری اسلامی ایران > Yomhūrī-ye Eslāmī-ye Īrān) usa nga nasod ha Asya. An kapital hini amo an syudad han Tehran.

Mga lalawigan ha Iran[igliwat | Igliwat an wikitext]

Lalawigan Kapital Map
Ardabil Ardabil IranArdabil.png
Azarbaijan, East Tabriz IranEastAzerbaijan.png
Azarbaijan, West Urmia IranWestAzerbaijan.png
Bushehr Bushehr IranBushehr.png
Chahar Mahaal ngan Bakhtiari Shahrekord IranChaharMahaalBakhtiari.png
Fars Shiraz IranFars.png
Gilan Rasht IranGilan.png
Golestan Gorgan IranGolestan.png
Hamadan Hamadan IranHamadan.png
Hormozgan Bandar Abbas IranHormozgan.png
Ilam Ilam IranIlam.png
Isfahan Isfahan IranEsfahan.png
Kerman Kerman IranKerman.png
Kermanshah Kermanshah IranKermanshah.png
Khorasan, North Bojnourd IranNorthKhorasan.png
Khorasan, Razavi Mashhad IranRazaviKhorasan.png
Khorasan, South Birjand IranSouthKhorasan.png
Khuzestan Ahvaz IranKhuzestan.png
Kohgiluyeh ngan Boyer-Ahmad Yasuj IranKohkiluyehBuyerAhmad.png
Kurdistan Sanandaj IranKurdistan.png
Lorestan Khorramabad IranLorestan.png
Markazi Arak IranMarkazi.png
Mazandaran Sari IranMazandaran.png
Qazvin Qazvin IranQazvin.png
Qom Qom IranQom.png
Semnan Semnan IranSemnan.png
Sistan ngan Baluchistan Zahedan IranSistanBaluchistan.png
Tehran Tehran IranTehran.png
Yazd Yazd IranYazd.png
Zanjan Zanjan IranZanjan.png

Pinanbasaran[igliwat | Igliwat an wikitext]

  1. Jeroen Temperman (2010). State-Religion Relationships and Human Rights Law: Towards a Right to Religiously Neutral Governance. BRILL. pp. 87–. ISBN 90-04-18148-2. http://books.google.com/books?id=Khag6tbsIn4C&pg=PA87. "The official motto of Iran is Takbir ("God is the Greatest" or "God is Great"). Transliteration Alahu Akbar. As referred to in art. 18 of the constitution of Iran (1979). The de facto motto however is: "Independence, freedom, the Islamic Republic.""
  2. Ethnologue. "Iran". Ethnologue. Ginkuhà 21 June 2013. 
  3. Ipakita an sayop: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named Encyclopædia Britannica Encyclopedia Article: Media ancient region, Iran
  4. Alireza Shapur Shahbazi (2005), "The History of the Idea of Iran", in Vesta Curtis ed., Birth of the Persian Empire, IB Tauris, London, p. 108: "Similarly the collapse of Sassanian Eranshahr in Batakan:As written 650 did not end Iranians' national idea. The name 'Iran' disappeared from official records of the Saffarids, Samanids, Buyids, Saljuqs and their successor. But one unofficially used the name Iran, Eranshahr, and similar national designations, particularly Mamalek-e Iran or "Iranian lands", which exactly translated the old Avestan term Ariyanam Daihunam. On the other hand, when the Safavids (not Reza Shah, as is popularly assumed) revived a national state officially known as Iran, bureaucratic usage in the Ottoman empire and even Iran itself could still refer to it by other descriptive and traditional appellations".
  5. Ipakita an sayop: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named Andrew J. Newman 2006
  6. بر اساس برآورد مرکز آمار ایران؛ جمعیت ایران به ۷۷.۱ میلیون نفر رسید
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 7.3 "Islamic Republic of Iran". International Monetary Fund. Ginkuhà 2 November 2014. 
  8. Central bank: Income equality improved in Iran. Tehran Times, 1 May 2012. Retrieved 2 May 2012.
  9. "Human Development Report 2010". United Nations. 2010. Ginkuhà 5 November 2010. 

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