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Qom 
city of Iran
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city with millions of inhabitants
Location Central District, Qom County, Qom Province, Iran
Official language
Head of government
  • Morteza Saghaeiannejad (2015)
Inception
  • 805
Population
  • 1,201,158 (2016)
Area
  • 123,073 km²
Elevation above sea level
  • 928 ±1 m
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34° 38′ 45.96″ N, 50° 52′ 44.04″ E
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English: Qom also known as Qum or Ghom is the 8th largest city in Iran. It lies 125 kilometres (78 mi) by road southwest of Tehran and is the capital of Qom Province. At the 2011 census its population was 1,074,036 ( 957,496 at the 2006 census, in 241,827 families), comprising 545,704 men and 528,332 women. It is situated on the banks of the Qom River. Qom city enjoys a dry and warm climate with low annual rainfall due to remoteness from the sea and being situated in the vicinity of desert. Qom is considered holy by Shia Islam, as it is the site of the shrine of Fatema Mæ'sume, sister of Imam Ali al-Rida
Français : Qom est une ville d'Iran.

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