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- Islamic Azad University, Gonbad Kavoos, Iran.
- World Applied Sciences Journal 13 (7): 1603-1605, 2011 ISSN 1818
- Department of Engineering, Gonbad Kavoos Branch,.
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- Hepatitis B in Gonbad-Kavoos: Prevalence, Risk Factors and. Intrafamilial Spreading. ABSTRACT.
- Journal of American Science, 2011;7(7) http://www.americanscience
- The statistical samples of the study were 110 students of middle school (62 boys and 48 girls) and their parents in Gonbad-Kavoos city, Golestan Province, Iran.
- Gonbad Kavoos, world's tallest pure-brick tower
- The historic tower of Gonbad Kavoos is an enormous decagon building with a conic roof located in a city by the same name in Golestan Province, northeast of Iran.
- Gonbad-e Qabus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- This tower which stands on a domed hill with 15 m height is located in the central (principal) park of Gonbad Kavoos city.
- Historical Iranian sites and people: Gonbad Kavoos Tower
- Dec 5, 2009 The Gonbad Kavoos Tower is located in Gonbad Kavoos, the province of Golestan in Iran.
- Gonbad Kavoos, a photo from Golestan, East | TrekEarth
- Apr 24, 2008 This photo from Golestan, East is titled 'Gonbad Kavoos'.
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