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ⓘ Pacham-e Deh Harun is a village in Boli Rural District, Chavar District, Ilam County, Ilam Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 183, in 43 fam ..




Pacham-e Deh Harun
                                     

ⓘ Pacham-e Deh Harun

Pacham-e Deh Harun is a village in Boli Rural District, Chavar District, Ilam County, Ilam Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 183, in 43 families.

                                     
  • Sarcham - e Deh Harun Persian: سرچم ده هارون also Romanized as Sarcham - e Deh Hārūn is a village in Boli Rural District, Chavar District, Ilam County
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  • Deh Pain Rural District Persian: دهستان ده پائين is a rural district dehestan in the Central District of Ilam County, Ilam Province, Iran. At the
  • District has one city: Ilam. The District has two rural districts dehestan Deh Pain Rural District and Keshvari Rural District. Census of the Islamic Republic
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