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About Iran

Iran, located in Southwest Asia, boasts a rich tapestry of history, culture, and natural beauty. With a population exceeding 83 million people, it ranks among the largest countries in the Middle East. Iran's geography is characterized by diverse terrain, encompassing rugged mountain ranges, vast deserts, fertile valleys, and lush forests.

The nation is endowed with abundant natural resources, including vast reserves of oil, natural gas, and minerals. Iran's cultural heritage spans thousands of years, with contributions to literature, art, and architecture celebrated worldwide.

Despite facing economic challenges stemming from sanctions and geopolitical tensions, Iran maintains a diversified economy. Key sectors include oil and gas, agriculture, manufacturing, and tourism, offering a wealth of investment opportunities and economic potential.

Key Statistics:

  • - Population: Over 83 million (2022 estimate, Statistical Center of Iran)

  • - Capital: Tehran

  • - Area: Approximately 1,648,195 square kilometers (Statistical Center of Iran)

  • - GDP (Gross Domestic Product): 190 billion USD (2021, International Monetary Fund)

  • - Major Industries: Oil and gas, agriculture, manufacturing, tourism

  • - Currency: Iranian Rial (IRR)

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