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Freeway 7 (also known as Persian Gulf Highway) is a freeway in central Iran. It starts from Jahad Square at the south end of Kazemi Expressway and Azadegan Expressway in Tehran. It then passes Behesht-e Zahra, Imam Khomeini Int'l, Qom, Kashan, Natanz, Shahinshahr, Najafabad and ends northeast of Zarrinshahr in a junction with Road 51 and Zobahan Freeway. However, there has been construction after the junction and so far, 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) has been completed. There are also plans to connect the freeway to Shiraz.
|Khalij Fars-Amirkabir and Tehran-Esfahan Freeway|
|Part of AH72|
|Length||479 km (298 mi)|
| Northern Behesht-e Zahra Expressway|
Isfahan Eastern Bypass Freeway
|Provinces||Tehran, Qom, Isfahan|
|Major cities||Qom, Qom|