Qom

   Qom, as the seventh most populous city in Iran, has a suitable location and facilities for education.There are 25 scientific and university centers in Qom, and we will introduce some of the top universities in this city along with their specifications.It is better to take a look at this list before choosing your university.The slides provide general information about the city of Qom.

   This city has been of communication importance in the past due to its location on the Silk Road.According to the 2016 census, the Statistics Center of Iran in Qom has a population of 283,292,11, most of whom are immigrants from other provinces of Iran such as Hamedan, Zanjan, Arak and Tabriz.With this population, Qom is ranked as the seventh most populous city in Iran.Qom population growth is 1.2 percent, which is one of the highest population growth rates in Iran.Most of the inhabitants of the city are Muslims and Shiites of the Twelve Imams, and a number of Zoroastrian and Christian religious minorities live in the city.

   Qom has a hot and semi-arid climate.The average temperature in this type of climate is 14 to 19 degrees Celsius in Qom, on average 936 meters above sea level, with a gentle slope from the south to the north of the city.The average temperature in the south of Qom is 5 degrees Celsius and Qom summers are very hot and Qom winters are very cold and dry.

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