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Fereydan

Fereydan

Fereydan (ფერეიდანი, Armenian: Փերիա) is a region of Isfahan Province, Iran.

Georgians in Fereydan

The Mountain that is located like a wall between Georgians in Fereydan (Fereydunshahr, Sibak, Choqyurt and Nehzatabad in south and Buin va Miandasht, Afus,Dashkasan and Aghche in north)

The Fereydan Georgians (Fereydunshahr and in the Fereydan region of Iran.

Origins

During the Iranian Georgians in the country or those Iranians with Georgian ancestry constitute a far greater amount, exceeding millions.

Georgians are natives in:

Fereydunshahr County

  1. County Center)
  2. Georgian village)
  3. Lurish village)
  4. Lurish village)

Buin va Miandasht County

  1. County Center)
  2. Georgian city)
  3. Georgian village)
  4. Georgian village)

Armenians in Fereydan

Fereydan (or Peria) was and still partially populated by Armenian cities, towns, counties, districts, neighbourhoods, and regions in Iran are located elsewhere in the country, such as in Gilan, Mazandaran, Tabriz, Isfahan, Iranian Azerbaijan, Tehran, and many other places.

The following is a list of villages inhabited by Armenians, which were part of Fereydan:

Fereydunshahr County

  1. Barf Anbar (city wihtout Armenian)
  2. Sadeqiyeh (village wihtout Armenian)
  3. Mila Gerd (village wihtout Armenian)
  4. Sureshjan (village wihtout Armenian)
  5. Khuygan-e Olya (Armenian, Turkish and Lurish village)

Buin va Miandasht County

  1. Zarne (Armenian village)
  2. Hadan (village wihtout Armenian)
  3. Hezar Jarib (village wihtout Armenian)

Fereydan County

  1. Khuygan-e Sofla (village wihtout Armenian)
  2. Chigan (village wihtout Armenian)
  3. Derakhtak (village wihtout Armenian)
  4. Gharghan (village wihtout Armenian)
  5. Nemagerd (village wihtout Armenian)
  6. Singerd (village wihtout Armenian)
  7. Savaran (village wihtout Armenian)

See also

References

  1. ^ Muliani, S. (2001) Jaygah-e Gorjiha dar Tarikh va Farhang va Tammadon-e Iran. Esfahan: Yekta [The Georgians’ position in the Iranian history and civilization]
  2. ^ Muliani, S. (2001) Jaygah-e Gorjiha dar Tarikh va Farhang va Tammadon-e Iran. Esfahan: Yekta [The Georgians’ position in the Iranian history and civilization]
  • ARMENIAN COMMUNITY OF PERIA: 400 Years in the Making, by Jacklin Gharibian

External links

fereidani.ge

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