Savalan

Savalan,

mountain, Iran: see SabalanSabalan
or Savalan
, volcanic cone, 15,592 ft (4,752 m) high, NW Iran, near Ardebil. The prophet Zoroaster reputedly wrote the Avesta there.
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It's reviving the art of winemaking in the place with unique climatic conditions, where the wine industry flourished in ancient times - at the foothills of the Greater Caucasus in the Savalan Valley.
Savalan - the most beautiful place of the region, the heart of the Gabala region.
Former prisoners such as Azerbaijani activist Jabbar Savalan have been released, and others have seen their situation dramatically improve - such as residents of Port Harcourt's Abonnema Wharf who were spared from an illegal forced eviction at that last minute.
Amnesty International has documented similar cases where drugs have been "found" on critics of the government, such as Eynulla Fatullayev and Sakit Zahidov and opposition youth activist Jabbar Savalan, all of whom Amnesty International considered to be the prisoners of conscience, imprisoned solely for peaceful exercise of their freedom of expression.
The recent sentencing of two youth activists, Jabbar Savalan and
The Savalan-Dalga-Lerik-Deniz-Janub JV: A deep water block 220 km south of Baku, operated by ExxonMobil under a PSA which Mobil signed with Aliyev in April 1999, contains the structures of Savalan, Dalga, Lerik, Deniz and Janub.
The specialist stressed that activity was observed in Binagadi district of Baku, some areas of Mashtaga village in Sabunchu district, Savalan settlement, Shusha town, located in Yeni Ramana settlement and Mirza Ibrahimov street in Masazir village of Absheron.
Emotional Intelligence, (Skills and Tests) translate by Mehdi Ganji, Tehran: Savalan.
Emotional Intelligence, translate by Ganji Mahdi, editor, Hamzeh, Tehran, Savalan.
Establishing of a banking system in Iren the first time suggested by Frenchman Jean Savalan to Mirza Mohammad Khan Naserolmalek when he was in London for railway contracts 1864.