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Shahnaz street

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Shahnaz street

Coordinates: 38°03′56″N 46°17′01″E / 38.06556°N 46.28361°E / 38.06556; 46.28361

Shahnaz is a street in Tabriz, Iran. The street is well-known because of its distinct architecture, the churches and shops. It is passing through few of Tabriz old suburbs including Baron Avak and Emamiye connecting them to the city center and Bazaar of Tabriz.

See also


  • Editorial Board, East Azarbaijan Geography, Iranian Ministry of Education, 2000 (High School Text Book in Persian)

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