BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:25 A.M.) – A total of 385 Iranians have been killed fighting in the nearly seven year long Syrian War, the Islamic World News reported on February 12th.

The Iran-based researchers were able to identify the 385 Iranian fighters, while also mapping the hometowns of those killed in Syria.

Of the 385 killed in Syria, nearly 65 were cited to have been born in the Tehran province.

Furthermore, the provinces of Isfahan and Fars were identified as being second and third to Tehran in regards to the total number of Iranians killed in Syria.

Below is the in-depth map that shows the Iranian losses in Syria and the provinces these men came from:

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