As one of the Biggest cities of Iran located in the vicinity of Iran’s central desert, Qom is considered as the second religious city of Iran while holding Iran’s biggest theological school. Qom is considered as a main roadway which connects industrial cities of Iran to the capital, Tehran, in addition to connect the southern parts of the country to the northern parts.
A lot of pilgrims are coming to visit the city of Qom every and each year as it is embracing the holy shrine of Fatima Masumeh, one of the holiest women for Shia Muslims as the sister of the eighth Imam of Shia, this is why the city is considered as religious destination of Iran which is welcoming to many pilgrims all over the year.
Qom is not only a religious destination, as it is being considered as the greatest producer of the Silk-woven carpets around the world besides having a lot of industrial towns around itself. This religious city and theology educational city is also the greatest producer of religious books and medias in the Middle-East.
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