This is a jokeful map of Iran, according to the first thing Iranians think of when they hear the name of a special place in Iran. The original picture was in Persian and said "Iran according to the belief of the people of Tehran" but I changed the title and expanded it from the people of Tehran's viewpoint to all Iranians, because I'm sure people of other cities think the same. I erased the Persian words on the map and replaced them with English so everyone can read them.
I'll explain each part for you:
Kurds and Lors: The two other Iranian ethnicities i.e. the Kurds and the Lors live in the West of Iran in two separate provinces called Kurdistan and Lorestan. The Kurds speak Kurdish language and The Lors speak Lori language. Like Azeris they know Persian language as well. Lorestan was invaded and settled by the Iranian Medes in the 2nd millennium BC. Lori language is very close to Persian. Kurdistan is one of the most mountainous regions in Iran and has a generally mild and quite pleasant climate throughout the spring and summer. Winters are long and can be very cold with heavy snowfalls.
Bushehr is one of the important ports in Persian Gulf which has an international airport, and highways connect the city to Ahvaz to the northwest and Shiraz to the northeast. A secondary coastal road links Bushehr to Bandar-e Abbas to the southeast. The old section of central Bushehr has many examples of traditional Persian Gulf architecture from the period 1870 to 1920.
this. By oclerics on the map it means Qom province, famous for its seminary school called Hozeh Elmyie Qom (Hawza), for Islamic studies, especially Shiite studies, and educate young clerics. Those who complete their education in a very higher degree are called Ayatollah, a high rank among clerics. Qom is a highly religious city, and nearly all women wear chador. Qom is also famous for Hazrat Masoome's Shrine, she was Imam Reza's sister.
This was a cliché map of Iran, but by now you know more about Iran by it.