Borujerd (Persian: بروجرد Borūjerd) is a city and capital of Borujerd County, Lorestan Province in western Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 227,547 in 59,388 families. Among the existing modern cities in Iran, Borujerd is one of the oldest reported at least since the 9th century.
According to Imam Khomeini, the major element in the Exegesis (Tafsir) of the Holy Quran is expressing the purposes of the verses of the Holy Quran and stating the intention of Allah the Almighty.
The Jāmeh Mosque of Borujerd (Persian: مسجد جامع بروجرد – Masjid-e-Jāmeh Borujerd) is a congregational mosque in Borujerd, in the province of Loristan, western Iran. The mosque is the oldest mosque in the Zagros area and western Iran.
Jar-Burial Culture (Russian: Кувшинных погребении культура - kuvshinnykh pogrebenii kulturа), an archaeological culture that was widespread in the second century B.C. to the eighth century A.D. in the basins of the Kura and Araks rivers in Transcaucasia, particularly in Caucasian Albania.
Pahlavi (Emam) High School of Borujerd Built in 1936 named after Reza Shah Pahlavi, this school is one of the oldest schools of Borujerd.
Also similar is the double well shaft in Senusret III's tomb, which reminds one of the deep well shafts so common in the tombs in the Valley of the Kings. Tuthmosis III's tomb provides a further interesting comparison, albeit indirect, and we shall see that momentarily. The excavation of Senusret III's tomb has been extremely difficult.
The Soltani Mosque of Borujerd is a large mosque in the centre of Borujerd, in the province of Lorestan, western Iran. The edifice was built in the Qajar period atop the ruins of an older mosque, which had been probably built in the 10th century AD.