Iran Map shows the geography of Iran and studies the political and natural features of Iran’s geography, and recognizes its most important phenomena and geographical locations.
Iran is a country in West Asia that is in the geographical coordinates of 32 degrees north and 53 degrees east. Iran reaches Azerbaijan, Armenia, Turkmenistan, and the Caspian Sea from the north, from the east to Pakistan and Afghanistan, from the south to the Persian Gulf and the Sea of Oman, and from the west Turkey and Iraq. There are also several islands in the Persian Gulf.
The total area of Iran is 1,648,195 square kilometers, of which 116,600 square kilometers are its waters. Nearly a third of its 8,334-kilometer border is water. On the Iran map, the strategic position of the Persian Gulf and the Strait of Hormuz in the south are visible. These two positions are vital routes to crude oil transportation.
Geographically, the westernmost city of Iran is Kilisakandi. The easternmost city is Jaleq. The northernmost city is Parsabad. the southernmost city of Chabahar. The capital of Iran is Tehran.
Also, the major metropolitan cities in Iran other than its capital are Mashhad, Tabriz, Isfahan, and Shiraz.