see Bandar-e AnzaliBandar-e Anzali
, city (1991 pop. 94,697), Gilan prov., NW Iran, a port on the Caspian Sea. It has fisheries and exports food products, cotton, fish, and caviar. The city was formerly known as Bandar-e Pahlavi.
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Muazzin is also a participant of many joint exhibitions organized in Tehran, Tabriz, Enzeli and Ardabil.
The new ship, named Separ (Shield) was launched at a December 5 ceremony from Iran s Caspian naval base at Enzeli. There was apparently some sort of last-minute delay, as earlier press reports had said the ship would be launched on the occasion of Iran's Navy Day, which is November 28.
Eziyra 6.15 Galway SP forecast 4-6 Half-sister to winners Eshera and Enzani and from the family of Ascot Gold Cup winners Enzeli and Estimate, this juvenile made a promising start to her career when beaten by a length into second in a 71/2f maiden at Tipperary in July.
On Tuesday, Russian warships will set out in the high seas again to visit the Iranian port of Bender Enzeli and Azerbaijan's capital Baku, the Southern Military District reported, ITAR-TASS reported.
LAST MONTH saw Dunsterforce arriving at Enzeli, Iran, only to discover it was under Bolshevik control.
"The race didn't go to suit him last year - there was no pace - but there is a big field this year and hopefully things will work out better," said Oxx, who saddled Enzeli to strike gold in 1999.
Commenting on his time as Prime Minister, the three men wrote: "During this period Britain used planes to bomb a place called Mashud, on India's border with Afghanistan, Dacca, Jalalabad and Kabul, Egypt, Enzeli in Iran, Trans-Jordan and, of course, Iraq.
This first IPP to be executed in Iran has a combined-cycle, gas-fired plant on the Caspian Sea coast near Rasht and 32 km from Bandar Enzeli. The IPP is capitalised at 155m.
But that makes the stats against him because no favourite has been successful in this race since the John Oxx-trained Enzeli won it en route to his Ascot Gold Cup triumph five years ago.
Irish victories in the long-distance championship are to be cherished with Gladness (1958), Levmoss (1969) and Enzeli (1999) taking the Group One prize back to the Emerald Isle in living memory.
Dermot Weld's Vinnie Roe looks set to be hot favourite to give Ireland a first win in the 2 1 / 2 -mile marathon since Enzeli's victory in 1999.
The Irish took the race two years ago with the John Oxx-trained Enzeli.