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Maghoh Fort
Location in Iran

Coordinates: 27°05′12″N 54°29′26″E / 27.08667°N 54.49056°E / 27.08667; 54.49056Coordinates: 27°05′12″N 54°29′26″E / 27.08667°N 54.49056°E / 27.08667; 54.49056

Country Province Hormozgan Province
Time zone +3.5
Area code(s) 0782-362

Maghoh (Persian: مغویه ‎) is a village in Moghuyeh Rural District Hormozgan Province in the south of Iran. Its settlers are mainly Arabs of the AL marzooqi tribe. They speak Arabic. These people originally came from Arabia but emigrated to Iran for food.


Bandar Maghoh was established in the 17th century AD by Iranian Arabs who migrated from Najd in the Arabian Peninsula. They were joined and mixed by local Persians of Bandar Maghoh and neighbouring towns.

See also




  • . الكوخردى ، محمد ، بن يوسف، (كُوخِرد حَاضِرَة اِسلامِيةَ عَلي ضِفافِ نَهر مِهران) الطبعة الثالثة ،دبى: سنة 199۷ للميلاد Mohammed Kookherdi (1997) Kookherd, an Islamic civil at Mehran river, third edition: Dubai
  • . کامله،القاسمی، بنت شیخ عبدالله، (تاریخ لنجة) مکتبة دبي للتوزیع، الامارات: الطبعة الثانية عام ۱۹۹۳ للمیلاد
  • . الوحیدی الخنجی، حسین بن علی بن احمد، «تاریخ لنجه» ، الطبعة الثانية دبی: دار الأمة للنشر والتوزیع، ۱۹۸۸


  • محمد صدیق، عبد الرزاق، «صهوة الفارس فی تاریخ عرب فارس» ، الطبعة الأولى، الشارقة: 1993 للميلاد.
  • دليل الخليج، القسم الجغرافي، 7/2318.
  • المنتخب في أنساب العرب، ص:32
  • العصیمی ، محمد بن دخیل، عرب فارس ، چاپ اول، دمام (عربستان سعودی): انتشاراتی الشاطیء الحدیثة، ۱۴۱۸ هجری قمر
  • حاتم ، محمد بن غریب، تاریخ عرب الهولة، چاپ اول، قاهره: دارالعرب للطباعة والنشر والتوزیع، ۱۹۹۷ میلادی.
  • بختیاری، سعید، ، «اتواطلس ایران» ، “ مؤسسه جغرافیایی وکارتگرافی گیتا شناسی ، بهار ۱۳۸۴ خورشیدی
  • . اطلس گیتاشناسی استان‌های ایران [Atlas Gitashenasi Ostanhai Iran] (Gitashenasi Province Atlas of Iran)

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