Maqsudlu Kur Aabbaslu village
Maqsoud Kandi of KurAbbaslu is a village that consists of several villages named Maqsudluye Olya, Vosta and Sofla of the Asalanduz city of Mughan. The Maqsudlu Korabaslu villages are five kilometers from the city of Aslanduz Mughan and forty kilometers from Pars Abad Mughan or Parsa Abad (Mughan City).
Population and jobs
The population of the three villages of Maqsudlu KurAbbaslu (Maqsudluye Olya, Vosta, Sofla) comprises about two hundred families and 800 people, most of whom are agricultural and livestock and part-time nomads. The people have been planting cotton, tomatoes, cucumbers, watermelon, alfalfa and wheat and barley and 40% of the villagers are either employed in education orsome of them are working in Tabriz, Tehran, Ardebi and other big cities.
Religion and language
The religion of the majority of people is Islam. The language of the people, like other villages in the plain of Mughan and Azerbaijan, is Azerbaijan Turkish.
Natural Attractions: Agricultural fields including cotton, alfalfa, fruits and vegetables, etc.
Cultural Attractions: Shahsun Nomads, Handicrafts such as Verni and Carpet
Historical Attractions: The historic hill of Shah Tapisi, the old cemeteries of the Iran-Russia War, the old tree (two old trees) in the south of the village.
Introducing the KurAbbaslu tribes
The Korabasloo tribe is one of the Shahsavan (El sevan) tribes. The KurAabbaslu clan is named Maqsudluye Olya, Vosta, Sofla, Korlar, qara Tikanli and Baran Olya are in Aslanduz section of the Mughan plain. Also the Yurtchi tribe are in the Korayim district of Nir.