Geographic location of Qom
Qom is located in the dry and desert area. In the north it borders Tehran and the central provinces, in the south, it borders Isfahan and central provinces, and in the east, it borders, Semnan.
Ethnography and demography
In all parts of the city people speak farsi to communicate.
Qom is located at the skirt of the kavir (main desert) and is
140 kms from the south of Tehran. The holy shrine of Hazrat-e Masumeh, the daughter of Imam Mosa Kazem(p.b.u.h) the holy mosque of Jamkaran, and over 400 Imamzadeh (descendents of Imams), and the religious schools and seminaries, and the historical mosques, such as the grand mosque, Imam Hassn mosque, Bab Al Jannah Mosque, Rafat Mosque, and the international educational centers are among the religious tourist attractions of the city.