Nishapur

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Nishapur

(ˌniːʃɑːˈpʊə)
n
(Placename) a town in NE Iran, at an altitude of 1195 m (3920 ft): birthplace and burial place of Omar Khayyám. Pop: 208 000 (2005 est)
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Demonstrators flooded the cities in towns and cities, including, Mashhad, Isfahan, Shiraz, Rasht, Birjand, Babol, Hamedan, Neishabour, Chalous, Yasouj, Ardabil and Uroumiyeh, for the second consecutive day.
Tehran-Mashhad, the most frequented railway line of Iran and one of the few double-track lines of the country, that has a length of 926Km and 50 stations begins from Tehran, and ends in Mashhad in northeastern of Iran after it passes through the major cities of Garmsar, Semnan, Damghan, Shahroud, and Neishabour.
Indeed, the only sanctions-related political crisis was a recent protest of several hundred ordinary Iranians in Salehi-Isfahani's home town of Neishabour over a shortage of chicken feed.
The seeds of two Iranian onion cultivars, Sefid- e- Kurdistan and Sefid- e- Neishabour, being long day cultivars, were planted in the research field of University of Tehran.
Interior Ministry spokesman Jahanbakhsh Khanjani tells IRNA a plane carrying 29 people, including Transport Minister Rahman Dadman and 7 members of the Majlis from Golestan province, has crashed in heavy rain between the eastern cities of Kashmar and Neishabour in Khorasan province (about 710 km east of Tehran).
I was born in Neishabour, the birthplace of Omar Khayam.
Head of the Iranian Parliament's Energy Commission Ali Marvi has announced a plan to build a solar power plant in the northeastern city of Neishabour in the near future.