Bandar Torkaman

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  • The city situated at the opposite side of the peninsula's end is Bandar Torkaman.
  • Horse racing is the most important recreation in Bandar Torkaman which takes place in the spring and autumn.
  • Going from a city like Bandar Torkaman to a nearby village, the differences were so vast that tourists felt like they had gone back in time.
  • In Bandar Torkaman, the `Laleh' singing ceremony has been performed for many centuries.
  • The island can be reached via Bandar Torkaman.
  • Even fans from the Persian Gulf States visit Bandar Torkaman to watch the races.
  • Half of Iran's Russian caviar is caught and refined in Bandar Torkaman.
  • Cotton is grown abundantly in the harbor which makes Bandar Torkaman a strategic cotton-cultivator in the country.
  • The capital of the county is Bandar Torkaman.
  • The horse racing competition in Bandar Torkaman has many admirers in the country, especially in Tehran and Gonbade Kavoos.
  • Bandar Torkaman is a port on the Caspian Sea.
  • During the winter and cold months, Gomishan swamp in Bandar Torkaman enjoys special natural and geographical features and hosts many thousands of migrating birds from frozen Siberia.
  • Horse racing is a very popular sport between Turkmens of Iran, and there are two great Gymnasium of horse racing at Gonbad Kavous and Bandar Torkaman.
  • Bandar Torkaman should not be confused with Bandar Gaz which is also a city in Turkmensahra but inhabited by Persians.
  • However, two jetties have sunk and presently, due to poor equipment and the gradual decline of water, Bandar Torkaman possesses only one jetty, is no longer bustling and is mostly used to communicate with Ashouradeh Island.
  • The Turkmens reside in the north of the province, a plain called Turkmen Sahra, this former nomadic people live in this area from 15th century, main cities of whom is Gonbad-e Kavus and Bandar Torkaman.
  • A line to the Caspian Sea ends at the terminal of Amir Abad and at Bandar Torkaman, and is part of a North-South corridor to Russia and Scandinavia.
  • Bandar Gaz is situated in the south eastern fringes of the Gorgan Bay, at a distance of 20 km south of Bandar Torkaman and 48 km from Gorgan.
  • The final wave has been ongoing since 2007 and consists of economic migrants arriving from the western provinces of Atyrau and Mangystau to the cities of Gorgan, Bandar Torkaman and Gonbad-e Qabus.
  • A rail line is being constructed off the Mashhad-Bafgh line to connect Mashhad to Herat in Afghanistan, but has not yet been completed and one is planned to connect to the Gorgan railhead and the port of Bandar Torkaman on the Caspian Sea to the west.