Kazvin


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Kaz·vin

 (kăz-vēn′)
See Qazvin.

Qaz•vin

or Kaz•vin

(kæzˈvin)

n.
a city in NW Iran, NW of Teheran: capital of Persia in the 16th century. 298,705.
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The Persian Corridor was a 636-mile road and later railroad from Khorramshahr to Kazvin to the Baltic Sea that was used to supply Russia in its fight against Germany.
Accords were signed in 2004-2005 between the state-controlled Russian Railways Company and Azerbaijani and Iranian railway officials to form a consortium to build a 250-mile railway from Azerbaijan's town of Astara to Iran's towns of Resht and Kazvin.
Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Kyrgyzstan to Iran Medetkan Sherimkulov visited Kazvin province with a working visit and held negotiations with the Head of Kazvin province Seied Ahmad Nasri and leaders of the Organization of developing trade of Iran and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Kazvin province on August 11.