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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Bijar is a city located in Kurdistan Province of Iran. Its estimated population as of 2006 is 46,156.With an elevation of 1883.4 meters, Bijar is called the Roof of Iran. The following units are part of Bijar: Bijar (46,156), Yasukand (3,268), Tup Agaj (2,172), Pir Taj (1,451), Cheshmeh Mantesh (1,012), Khandan Quli (1,003), Zeynal (915), Seydan (893), Khorkhoreh (872), Baba Rashani (481). The majority of the inhabitants of Bijar are Kurds. Bijar is known internationally for its elegant and ancient carpet and rug designs. The term bijar could be a variation of bajar (i.e city in Kurdish) and the complete name of the city is Bijar-e Garrus (city of Garrus). Among other suggested etymology for bijar are bid-zar (land of willow tree) which is linguistically more

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