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Iran: see Qa'em ShahrQa'em Shahr
, city (1991 pop. 123,684), Mazandaran prov., N Iran. Manufactures include textiles and food products; a thermal power plant is there. It is a road and rail transport center. The city was formerly called Shahi.
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a city in northern Iran, in the ostan (province) of Mazanderan; situated in the northern foothills of the Elburz Mountains. Population, 42,000 (1975). Shahi is a highway junction, and it has a station on the Bandar-e Shah-Tehran railroad line. The city is a center of the textile industry; the production of cotton fabric and sacking is of particular importance. Other industrial activity includes food processing.

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The antiquities displayed at city museum belonged to British period and goes back to Sikh period, Mughal regime, Sultanate Ghaznavi era, Hindu Shahi, Kushano-Sasanian, Kushans, Sytho-Parthians (both early and later) and Indo Greeks period (3rd century BC).
He said that different dynasty right from Greeks to Central Asian, Kushan, Hindu Shahi, Ghaznavi, Mughal and Britishers were passed through the historical and ancient archaeological Gor Khutree.
The latter, which followed Ghaznavi's defeat of the Hindu Shahis, dates around 1,000 AD.
Saleh revealed that from Alchamenian, it onwards came under the sway of many different influences and rulers namely Mauryans, Greeks, Scythians, Kushans, Sasanians, White Huns, Hindu Shahis, Ghaznavids, Slave Dynasty, Ghorids, Suri Afghans, Mughals, Durrani Afghans, Sikhs and the British before creation of Pakistan.