Tabriz is the most populated city in Iranian Azarbaijan. With a population of over 1.73 million, it is the largest economic hub and metropolitan area in northwestern Iran.
The city has a semi-arid climate with regular seasons. The annual precipitation is around 280 millimetres, a good deal of which falls as snow during the winter months and rain in spring and autumn. The city enjoys mild and fine climate in spring, dry and semi-hot in summer, humid and rainy in autumn and snowy cold in winter. The average annual temperature is 12.6.
Here are the Young Journalists’ Club’s photos of the autumn snow in Tabriz: