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Sardroud (Persian: سردرود, Azerbaijani: سردری) is a city of East Azerbaijan province, in the Azerbaijan region of Iran. Sardroud is one of the major cities of Tabriz county and is in the southwest of Tabriz county.



Most of the Sardroud residents consider themselves Iranian Azerbaijanis.


The majority of locals speak Turkish with a 'Sardroud' accent, and most people can also speak Farsi as a second language and Azerbaijani. Most of the young people of this city can speak English at an intermediate level.

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By the bridge over the Urmia Lake, Sardroud is reachable from Urmia in 1.5 hours.

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Azerbaijan is the primary language spoken by most people in Azerbaijan, although many people, especially among the younger generation, can communicate in Farsi and English to some extent.




  • If you want to spend lots of money, the Sardroud pictorial rugs are among the finest in the world, and you will find masterpieces in shops and inside the Basij street or Sangestan street. Sardroud rugs are among the most decorative rugs.



There is no hotel in Sardroud. Look for hotels in Tabriz, 10 km away.



An Iranian phone number is of the form +98 12 3456-7890 where "98" is the country code for Iran, the next 2 digits are the area code and the remaining 8 digits are the "local" part of the subscriber number that can be called from within that particular area code using abbreviated dialing.

Telecom Center of this city located in Taleghani St.


Mobile numbers in Iran must always be dialed with all 11 digits (including a "0" prefixing the "9nn" within Iran), no matter where they are being called from. The 9nn is a mobile prefix, not an "area code", as such and the second and third digits denote the original mobile network assigned.

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Routes through Sardroud
UrmiaOsku  W  E  TabrizArdabil

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