Sabalan


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Sabalan

or

Savalan

(sä'vəlän`), volcanic cone, 15,592 ft (4,752 m) high, NW Iran, near Ardebil. The prophet Zoroaster reputedly wrote the Avesta there.

Sabalan

 

an extinct volcano in Iran on the eastern Armenian Highland. Elevation, 4,821 m. The volcano formed from products of volcanic activity, such as andesites, trachytes, and tuffs. The edges of the ancient crater are dissected by cirques. There is a glacier on the northern slope, a lake at the bottom, and thermal sulfur springs on the southern slope. The peak is covered with snow year-round.

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Hirata went for the early takedown on Sabalan then, applied a tight Americana armlock to get the job done.
The fleet which consisted of Sabalan destroyer and a logistic warship, Bandar Abbas, returned to Iran on Wednesday morning after 67 days of voyage.
Genotype 7 (Sabalan) was the best regarding the number of grains per spike.
Caption: 4 Machine-woven with a unique blend of polyester yarns, the Sabalan collection from Couristan features a high/low texture in ethnic and abstract designs.
Chinese companies in 2014 pledged to provide financing for construction of the Sabalan and Sadaf petrochemical complexes, plants in Hengam and Gachsaran and other ventures - all being NPC projects.
In January 2014, state broadcasting said the "destroyer" Sabalan and the "logistic helicopter carrier" Khag had left Iran on a three-month voyage that would include ports of call in the Atlantic.
It is located on an open plain 1,500 meters (4,900 ft) above sea level, just east of Mount Sabalan (4,811m), where cold spells occur until late spring.
Hamid Tayebi Khosroshahi, (1) Behzad Abedi, (2) Sabalan Daneshvar, (2,3) Yashar Sarbaz, (4) and Abolhassan Shakeri Bavil (5)
From the ruins of the Persian Empire in Persepolis in the Southern Fars Province, to the Mountains of Sabalan and Damavand in the north and the torquise waters of the Gulf to the South, this ancient land has never ceased to intrigue.
The facility is being built at a height of 3,000 meters from the sea level near the Sabalan mountain range which is famous for its mineral water, attracting millions of tourists each year to the hot springs which are believed to have healing properties.
In a detailed statement, the prosecutor said his inquiry had found that Morsi's secretary Amin Al Srifi abused his position to slip documents from Egypt's security agencies to Jordanian Al Jazeera journalist Alaa Sabalan via his own daughter Karima and four other intermediaries.
According to the Fars News Agency, Sayyari pledged that Tehran would "also have a powerful presence close to the American marine borders," even if the Sabalan -- which was nearly sunk by US Navy in 1988 -- was no match to American military power.