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The township of Babolsar

The township of Babolsar is located in the coastal plains of Mazandaran Province, and its center is the city of Babolsar, which lies at a distance of 268 km.. from Tehran. In the older times, Babolsar

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The city acquired its current name in 1927. The city's historic name is MaÞhad-e Sar or Mashhadsar, meaning "the special way to Mashhad, referring to the only road connecting the northwest of Iran to the northeast, including Mashhad, which passed through Babolsar. read more on itto.org By the 18th century, Babolsar had become a busy commercial port. itto.org During the reign of Nadir Shah, it was the base for Iran's Caspian fleet. By 1909, the port yielded 12 percent of the total customs revenue of Iran. copyright itto.org However, by 1895, ports in Gilan were already competing with Babolsar. copyright itto.org During Reza Shah's reign, Babolsar lost much of its remaining trade to the new port of Bandar-e Shah at the terminus of the trans-Iranian railroad. read more on itto.org The cargo handled at Babolsar in the years of 1935 and 1936 was only 25,000 tons. A modern quarter and a hotel were built during this period. copyright itto.org The end of World War II brought a new era of vitality to the city as a summer seaside resort for people from Tehran, which gave rise to a new phase of rapid expansion. Babolsar's population increased from about 3,500 in 1945 to 11,781 in 1966 and 18,810 in 1976. . | Read more at itto.org: https://www.itto.org/iran/city/Babolsar/
The city acquired its current name in 1927. The city's historic name is MaÞhad-e Sar or Mashhadsar, meaning "the special way to Mashhad, referring to the only road connecting the northwest of Iran to the northeast, including Mashhad, which passed through Babolsar. read more on itto.org By the 18th century, Babolsar had become a busy commercial port. itto.org During the reign of Nadir Shah, it was the base for Iran's Caspian fleet. By 1909, the port yielded 12 percent of the total customs revenue of Iran. copyright itto.org However, by 1895, ports in Gilan were already competing with Babolsar. copyright itto.org During Reza Shah's reign, Babolsar lost much of its remaining trade to the new port of Bandar-e Shah at the terminus of the trans-Iranian railroad. read more on itto.org The cargo handled at Babolsar in the years of 1935 and 1936 was only 25,000 tons. A modern quarter and a hotel were built during this period. copyright itto.org The end of World War II brought a new era of vitality to the city as a summer seaside resort for people from Tehran, which gave rise to a new phase of rapid expansion. Babolsar's population increased from about 3,500 in 1945 to 11,781 in 1966 and 18,810 in 1976. . | Read more at itto.org: https://www.itto.org/iran/city/Babolsar/

 

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