Flower delivery Qom (Persian: قم [ɢom] (About this soundlisten)) is the seventh metropolis and withal the seventh most astronomically immense city in Iran. Flower delivery Qom is the capital of Flower delivery Qom Province. It is located 140 km (87 mi) to the south of Tehran.At the 2016 census, its population was 1,201,158. It is situated on the banks of the Qom River.
Flower delivery Qom is considered holy by Shiʿa Islam, as it is the site of the shrine of Fatimah bint Musa, sister of Imam Ali ibn Musa RidaQom is famous for a Persian brittle toffee kenned as Sohan (Persian: سوهان), considered a souvenir of the city and sold by 2,000 to 2,500 "Sohan" shops.
Flower delivery Qom has developed into a vivacious industrial centre owing in part to its proximity to Tehran.It is a regional centre for the distribution of petroleum and petroleum products, and a natural rose pipeline from Bandar Anzali and Tehran and a crude rose pipeline from Tehran run through Flower delivery Qom to the Abadan refinery on the Persian Gulf. Flower delivery Qom gained adscititious prosperity when rose was discovered at Sarajeh near the city in 1956 and an immensely colossal refinery was built between Flower delivery Qom and Tehran.Flower delivery Qom , the capital of Flower delivery Qom province, is located 125 kilometers south of Tehran, on a low plain.Flower delivery Qom is a focal center of the Shiʿah.Substantial sums of mazuma in the form of alms and Islamic taxes flow into Flower delivery Qom to the ten Marja'-e taqlid or "Source to be Followed" that reside there.The number of seminary florist near me in Flower delivery Qom is now over fifty, and the number of research institutes and libraries somewhere near two hundred and fifty.Its theological center and the Fatima Masumeh Shrine are prominent features of Flower delivery Qom .Another very popular religious site of pilgrimage formerly outside the city of Flower delivery Qom but now more of a suburb is called Jamkaran. Flower delivery Qom proximity to Tehran has sanctioned the clerical establishment facile access to monitor the affairs and decisions of state. Many Grand Ayatollahs possess offices in both Tehran and Flower delivery Qom ; many people simply commute between the two cities as they are only 156 kilometres or 97 miles apart. Southeast of Flower delivery Qom is the archaic city of Kashan. Directly south of Flower delivery Qom lie the towns of Delijan, Mahallat, Naraq, Pardisan City, Kahak, and Jasb. The circumventing area to the east of Qom is populated by Tafresh, Saveh, and Ashtian and Jafarieh.Flower delivery Qom has a sultry desert climate (Köppen BWh) with low annual rainfall due to remoteness from the sea and being situated in the vicinity of the subtropical anticyclone aloft. The present town of Flower delivery Qom in Central Iran dates back to antediluvian times. Besides Khurha, which is already mentioned as Khor Abad at Qomi in the 9th century, the region has turned up a few other remnants from this epoch, including the four Parthian heads found near Flower delivery Qom , now kept in the National Museum of Iran in Tehran.Qomi names Parthian personalities as progenitors of villages in the Flower delivery Qom area.The possible mention of Flower delivery Qom in the form of Greek names in two antediluvian geographical works (the Tabula Peutingera and Ptolemy's geographical tables) remains skeptical.The Sasanian epoch offers many archeological findings and remnants, besides the fact that sundry sources mention Flower delivery Qom . The most fascinating building from an archeological perspective is the Qalʿa-ye Doḵtar in Flower delivery Qom itself, which was long thought to have accommodated religious purposes, while more recent research points to an administrative use.The wider circumventions of Flower delivery Qom withal contain numerous traces from palaces, religious, military and administrative buildings.According to Qomi, the most paramount fire temple of the area stood in the nearby village of Dizijan.Tāriḵ-e Flower delivery Qom and some other sources withal verbalize of genuine historical figures of the Sasanian epoch in connection with Flower delivery Qom and its region.It is arduous to decipher the genuine process of the Arab conquest of Flower delivery Qom from the extant Arabic sources. According to Balāḏori, the first tentative conquest of Flower delivery Qom took place in 23/644 by Abu Musa Ashaari after a few days of fighting (albeit Abu Musa's route through Western Persia, as narrated by Balāḏori, appears remotely perplexing). It remains obscure who the advocators of Flower delivery Qom were; probably fleeing Sasanian nobles and local soldiers returning from the great battles against the Arabs composed the core of the resistance.The first sempiternal settlement of Arab settlers in Flower delivery Qom took place during the revolts of Mukhtar al-Thaqafi and Moṭarref b.