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During the 20th century, until the mid-70s, Gilan and the Rasht region was the third-ranking industrial city in Iran by number of workers and per capital productivity.
It lost its cultural and industrial status to a large extent after the 1970s.
The Soviet Government, after a turn of military and political strategy proposed by Trotsky, withdrew its support and the republic itself was tormented by the inner conflicts between the newly established Iranian Communist Party (1919) and the Jangalis and other factions.
The name Rasht comes most plausibly from the verb reshtan, weaving.
Rasht has, along with regions around Tabriz and Tehran, one of the earliest industry plants during the last quarter of the 19th century, prominently in fields such as fishing, caviar production, the Caspian sea oil pipeline construction and textiles.
The average humidity is 81.2%, contrasting heavily with cities in many other parts of Iran.
Sunshine hours, averaging roughly 1,520 per year, are lower than in most places in Iran and also compared to most places at this latitude. The people of Rasht speak Gileki as their mother tongue and Persian language as of the official language of Iran. The vast majority of Gileki speakers live in the Gilan Province of Iran.