Tehran, capital of Iran, is located on the south hillside of the Alborz Mountain Range with the altitude of 900 to 1800 meters above the sea level. Tehran is bordered with mountains from the north and bordered with desert from the south. Such geographical location gave it a diverse climate which is different from south to north of Tehran. North of Tehran enjoys a cold and dry weather and the south of Tehran enjoys a warm and dry climate.
Azadi Tower used to be the symbol of the city until Milad Tower was built. They both are highly valued and represent the traditional and modern architecture in the capital city.
Tehran as the capital of Iran is as populous and busy as London and is one the major metropolitans the world. Tehran is the center of all Iranian affairs, from government and politics to culture and history which explain the reason behind the immigration and population in this city. The structure of this city on the hillside of Alborz Mountain and being close to Damavand, the highest volcanic peak of Iran, are the reason of unique attraction and views of Tehran.
Language of Tehran residents is Persian (Farsi).