Sirjan is a city in and the capital of Sirjan County, Kerman Province, Iran.
At 1730 m, it is situated in a depression between the southern Zagros mountains to the west and the Kuh-e Bidkhan massif to the east. It is well known for its pistachios and “geleem” rugs and also for its Badgiir Choppoghi (calument louver).
This city was established in the Sasanian era and has several mineral sources including coal, iron, copper, stone and gold.
Today the city is witnessing great economic growth mainly due to its industrial sector as well as its key location in the heart of south Iran. With established strategic roads for domestic supply of goods as well as great access to Bandar E Abbas for exportation of goods.