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The modern name, meaning "the tower of Kavus", is a reference to the most imposing ancient monument in the city. The historic name cannot now be restored, as it was oddly and carelessly assigned to the neighboring historical city of Astarabad in the s by the Iranian government. At one point, it was even known as the city of Dashte Gorgan ,  meaning "the Plains of Gorgan".
At the census, its population was ,, in 30, families. In the historical times, the city's populations were made up of various Iranic peoples such as the ancient and eponymous Hyrcanians , Parthians and eventually the Khurasani Persians. Today, however, there are no reliable figures for the ethnic make of the city. However, it is agreed that the city has a plurality of its inhabitants being ethnic Turkmen, Turkmen who speak a western Turkmen language.
The remaining population are made Khorasani Turks , Sistanis , Baluch , Mazandaranis as well as Persians and other smaller Iranic peoples. The city is famous for its historic brick tower of the same name. Iranian footballer Sardar Azmoun is from this city. It is one of the most outstanding and gigantic architectural monuments in northeast Iran and the most impressive in the Golestan Province.
Watch towers and forts had been built at different distances. The 40 identified forts vary in dimension and shape but the majority are square fortresses. Due to many difficulties in development and agricultural projects, archaeologists have been assigned to mark the boundary of the historical find by laying cement blocks.
Kiani, who led the archaeological team in , believes that the wall was built during the Parthian dynasty, simultaneously with the construction of the Great Wall of China, and that it was restored during the Sassanid era 3rd to 7th centuries AD. During the Neolithic period, this area had many populated settlements.