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Machian (Persian: ماچيان, also Romanized as Māchīān and Macheyān) is a village in Machian Rural District, Kelachay District, Rudsar County, Gilan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 603, in 190 families. Village "Machian" in the East province and is located north of the city Roodsar. The district has 43 villages. Village Center "Machian" village "Machian" is. The village has 190 households and 603 inhabitants. 458 residents of the village are literate. this village have Shiite Muslim and Gilaki dialect spoken. 'Machian "a paved road with all amenities, water, electricity, gas, phone. Mail, banking, telecommunications, sanitation and health center, elementary school, high school boys and girls are active. Two mosques and a threshold of two descendants of Imam named "Sir Syed Morteza" and "Sir Syed Ibrahim" is buried. river "Pilarood" (Big riverPersian: ماچيان) near Machian flows and multiple branches that passes through the village. In fact, "Machian" is surrounded by water, it is a common characteristic. Rice is the staple crop in the region and citrus farming activities of the villages. In late 1320, thanks to two first school was founded in Machian six classes of a public school. No two of the authors of this letter, "Hojjat al-Islam Sayyid Abul Kjydy" and "Christ's Arrow" respectively. Although the motivation to passion, but their first two people to value their work led to the beginning of a new chapter in the Machian village. There is a monument in the Machian attributed to two of Sadat named Sir Syed Ibrahim Syed Murtaza. "Ashura dayPersian: روز عاشورا" in the Machian is very scenic and famous and many pilgrims from all over the country on the eve of Ashura Kids love the eve of Ashura holy Machian near their residence. Source and translate: MachianNews
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- "Census of the Islamic Republic of Iran, 1385 (2006)". Islamic Republic of Iran. Archived from the original (Excel) on 2011-11-11.
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