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Afrineh Waterfall
in Pol-e Dokhtar City
Afrineh waterfall is located inAfrineh Village in Lorestan province, in the path from Khorram Abad to Pol Dokhtar.
This beautiful waterfall attracts several enthusiasts and tourists ...
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Afrineh waterfall is located in Lorestan province, in the path from Khorram Abad to Pol Dokhtar. Afrineh waterfall is located in a village with the same name. this beautiful waterfall attracts several enthusiasts and tourists to itself in spring and summer.
Dahaneh River
in Gonbad Kavoos City
The Dahaneh River is formed by the adjoining of "Anas Khivag" and "Mothersoo" Rivers, in the Tangar Village, 54 km. north east of Gonbad Kavoos. The same, passing through the valleys ... MORE
The Dahaneh River is formed by the adjoining of "Anas Khivag" and "Mothersoo" Rivers, in the Tangar Village, 54 km. north east of Gonbad Kavoos. The same, passing through the valleys in the north and south, flows towards the west. After flowing through various villages and joining minor and major streams ...
Liqvan Chay River
in Tabriz City
city: Tabriz
Liqvan-Chay river forms its source in the northern slopes of the Sahand Mountains and after gaining water from a number of natural springs, turns into a large river. Fish such as speckled ... MORE
Liqvan-Chay river forms its source in the northern slopes of the Sahand Mountains and after gaining water from a number of natural springs, turns into a large river.
Neka River
in Neka City
city: Neka
The said takes its source in the Shah Kooh Mountains to the south of Gorgan, and west of Mazandaran. After flowing through the pass of Shamshir Bor, it flows into the Caspian Sea in ... MORE
The said takes its source in the Shah Kooh Mountains to the south of Gorgan, and west of Mazandaran. After flowing through the pass of Shamshir Bor, it flows into the Caspian Sea in the vicinity of Nowzar Abad. At first the course that this river flows is a mountainous one, with beautiful valleys covered ...
Zaab-e Koochak River
in Piranshahr City
The River Kloy or Zaab takes its sources in the heights of the Maidan Gorge 2,140 m. from the sea level, and after flowing through numerous valleys, flows across Piran Shahr and Sardasht ... MORE
The River Kloy or Zaab takes its sources in the heights of the Maidan Gorge 2,140 m. from the sea level, and after flowing through numerous valleys, flows across Piran Shahr and Sardasht and in Iraq flows into the Tigris (Dejleh) River. The river and its deep valley are an excellent sight-seeing spot.
Zanjan Rood River
in Zanjan City
city: Zanjan
AKA: Zanjanrood, Zanjanrud, ZanjanChai and Zanjan-Chay (Persian: زنجان رود - زنجان چای)
This river originates from Chaman Soltanieh and the Aq Daq Mountains. After flowing through ...
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AKA: Zanjanrood, Zanjanrud, ZanjanChai and Zanjan-Chay (Persian: زنجان رود - زنجان چای) This river originates from Chaman Soltanieh and the Aq Daq Mountains. After flowing through a part of the outskirts of Zanjan and the territory of Chaipareh, together with smaller rivers, joins the Qezel Ozan ...
Other Rivers in Zanjan
in Zanjan City
city: Zanjan
There are many rivers in zanjan. Zanjanrood (AKA Zanjān River, Zanjanchai, ZanjanChay), Ijrud in Zanjan, Khorood and Bozinehrood in Khoda Bandeh. MORE
There are many rivers in zanjan. Zanjanrood (AKA Zanjān River, Zanjanchai, ZanjanChay), Ijrud in Zanjan, Khorood and Bozinehrood in Khoda Bandeh.
city: Tabriz
Also known as : AjiChai River, Aji-Chai River, Talkherood, Talkheh-rud
This river forms its source in the southern skirts of the Sahand Mountains. In the cities of Sarab, Ahar ...
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Also known as : AjiChai River, Aji-Chai River, Talkherood, Talkheh-rud This river forms its source in the southern skirts of the Sahand Mountains. In the cities of Sarab, Ahar and Tabriz, rivulets join the main stream and ultimately flow into the Lake Orumieh. This river is also known as Talkheh ...
This river originates from Firooz Kooh, Savad Kooh and Shahmirzad Mountains. After irrigating the plains of Garmsar flows towards the salt marshes of Houz-e-Sultan. The banks of this ... MORE
This river originates from Firooz Kooh, Savad Kooh and Shahmirzad Mountains. After irrigating the plains of Garmsar flows towards the salt marshes of Houz-e-Sultan. The banks of this river provides leisure spots.
Zayandeh Rood River
in Shahr-e-Kord City
This river flows its course from Garagoosh in the northeast to Chelvan near Saman and depicts a perfect recreational area in this province. This vicinity comprises of the villages ... MORE
This river flows its course from Garagoosh in the northeast to Chelvan near Saman and depicts a perfect recreational area in this province. This vicinity comprises of the villages of Gonagoosh, Garm Dareh, Markadeh, Qoochan, Sadeq Abad, Hovreh, Dashti, Cham Khalifeh, Cham Jangal, and Cham Chang which ...
Bazoft River
in Shahr-e-Kord City
The fringes of the Bazoft River has access to the roads to Shahr-e-Kord and Masjed Soleiman. In its lengthy course the river meanders through forests, valleys and passes and hence ... MORE
The fringes of the Bazoft River has access to the roads to Shahr-e-Kord and Masjed Soleiman. In its lengthy course the river meanders through forests, valleys and passes and hence supplies water to all the rural areas that it flows by, and ultimately joins the Karoon River. Here the Cherry Gorge adds ...
Qamar Rood River
in Qom City
city: Qom
The said river takes its source in the Zard Kooh of Bakhtiyari, and after following a long course, flows into the Salt lake. This river was primarily known as 'Darband'. In the vicinity ... MORE
The said river takes its source in the Zard Kooh of Bakhtiyari, and after following a long course, flows into the Salt lake. This river was primarily known as 'Darband'. In the vicinity of 'Akhteh Khoon', to the south west of Golpayegan, a dam has been constructed on it. The Qamar Rood river flows within ...
Sefid Rood River
in Rasht City
city: Rasht
The water shed of the same is to an extent of approximately 59,400 square kilometers, and originates from the provinces of Kurdestan and Azarbayjan. It passes through the Zanjan province ... MORE
The water shed of the same is to an extent of approximately 59,400 square kilometers, and originates from the provinces of Kurdestan and Azarbayjan. It passes through the Zanjan province and flows into the Caspian Sea in Gilan province. The Sefid Rood Valley acts like a corridor connecting some of the ...
Kashaf Rood River
in Quchan City
city: Quchan
This river flows in the valley of Kashaf Rood. Its source is in the mountain ranges of Binalood and Hezar Masjed and Nayshabur. The river is 290 km. in length and after receiving some ... MORE
This river flows in the valley of Kashaf Rood. Its source is in the mountain ranges of Binalood and Hezar Masjed and Nayshabur. The river is 290 km. in length and after receiving some branches in Khatoon Bridge it joins with Harir Rood River and from now on with the name of Tajan it flows towards the ...
Atrak River
in Quchan City
city: Quchan
This river originates from the Hezar Masjed, Aladaq and Binalood heights. The main tributary runs in this vicinity, and two other rivers such as "Shirin Chai" and "Soomobarakeh" feed ... MORE
This river originates from the Hezar Masjed, Aladaq and Binalood heights. The main tributary runs in this vicinity, and two other rivers such as "Shirin Chai" and "Soomobarakeh" feed the Atrak River and form a part of the borderline between Iran and the Republic of Turkemenistan before entering the ...
Aras River
in Parsabad (Pars Abad) City
Aras, which in Azarbayjani language is called "Araz", is the most important river in northern Iran and Azarbayjan provinces. This river originates from the Goel Daq Mountain in Turkey ... MORE
Aras, which in Azarbayjani language is called "Araz", is the most important river in northern Iran and Azarbayjan provinces. This river originates from the Goel Daq Mountain in Turkey and after joining the Kor River, it finally pours into the west end of the Caspian Sea. The river marks the border between ...
Lordegan River
in Lordegan City
city: Lordegan
On the fringes of the Lordegan River lush rice fields come to view, specially in the months of spring and summer. Most of the rivers in the province of Chahar Mahal Va Bakhtiyari have ... MORE
On the fringes of the Lordegan River lush rice fields come to view, specially in the months of spring and summer. Most of the rivers in the province of Chahar Mahal Va Bakhtiyari have a wide variety of fish the most important being the Siah Shakuli a species of the Cyprinidae. Besides which this area ...
Shoor River
in City
This river is formed by the joining of some streams, which originate from the mountains of Siah, Malektir and Jam. The Shoor River after absorbing the water of Lar and Ali Abad plains ... MORE
This river is formed by the joining of some streams, which originate from the mountains of Siah, Malektir and Jam. The Shoor River after absorbing the water of Lar and Ali Abad plains and receiving a few other springs, leaves the Lar township.
Langerood Rood Khan River
in Lahijan City
city: Lahijan
The same takes its source in the southern heights of Lahijan. Its two branches adjoin about 7 km. away from its source, and from this point the river flows towards the west. After ... MORE
The same takes its source in the southern heights of Lahijan. Its two branches adjoin about 7 km. away from its source, and from this point the river flows towards the west. After passing a large bend named 'Zaki Bar Roodkhan', it flows along the Astaneh - Lahijan Road in the west. On dissecting the ...
Qelqel Rood River
in Tuyserkan City
city: Tuyserkan
This river takes its source in the south of the Alvand Mountains and rivers such as Sarabi, Serkan and Karzan adjoin the Qel-Qel River. After irrigating the cultivated lands of Towiserkan, ... MORE
This river takes its source in the south of the Alvand Mountains and rivers such as Sarabi, Serkan and Karzan adjoin the Qel-Qel River. After irrigating the cultivated lands of Towiserkan, it joins the Gamasiyab Rood River. In its higher areas the river flows through a beautiful region.
Lar River
in City
This river originates from Kaloon Bastak Mountains where rain and snowfalls are in plentiful. These mountains are to the east and north east of the province and at an attitude of 3000 ... MORE
This river originates from Kaloon Bastak Mountains where rain and snowfalls are in plentiful. These mountains are to the east and north east of the province and at an attitude of 3000 m. A dam has also been constructed on this river. This area provides an excellent ground for recreation being one of ...
Jajrood River
in City
It is one of the most important Rivers of the province which originate from Kaloon Bastak Mountains. After irrigating the plains of Varamin joins the Karaj River . The Latiyan Dam ... MORE
It is one of the most important Rivers of the province which originate from Kaloon Bastak Mountains. After irrigating the plains of Varamin joins the Karaj River . The Latiyan Dam has been constructed on this river, and is a lovely, beautiful recreational area.
Qezel Ozan
in Zanjan City
city: Zanjan
AKA: Qezelozan, Ghezel-Ozan, Quezel Ozan (Persian : قزل اوزن)
This river finds its source in the mountains of Kurdestan, and meandering through the winter residing quarters (Qishlaq) ...
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AKA: Qezelozan, Ghezel-Ozan, Quezel Ozan (Persian : قزل اوزن) This river finds its source in the mountains of Kurdestan, and meandering through the winter residing quarters (Qishlaq) of the Afshar terrain, finds its way to the suburbs of Khoda Bandeh. Thereby entering Zanjan province. Qezel Ozan ...
Kashgan River
in Khorramabad (Khorram Abaad) City
The Kashgan River has an abundant flow of water, with many tributaries. This river joins the Seimareh River and form the huge Karkheh River. MORE
The Kashgan River has an abundant flow of water, with many tributaries. This river joins the Seimareh River and form the huge Karkheh River.
Fahliyan River
in NoorAbad (Mamasani) City
This river is formed by the adjoining of the "Shesh Peer" and "Rood Peer" Rivers and after passing the Qaleh Sefid Mount, enters the Fahlian Plain. This river irrigates a vast area ... MORE
This river is formed by the adjoining of the "Shesh Peer" and "Rood Peer" Rivers and after passing the Qaleh Sefid Mount, enters the Fahlian Plain. This river irrigates a vast area of the region crosses a deep valley called the "Tang-e-Abjan" and in a region named Bardangan, joins the Katikoor River. ...
Aras River
in Maku City
city: Maku
The bordering Aras River flows for about 135 km. between the province of West Azarbayjan and the Republic of Nakhjavan. This river takes its source in the Min Gol Mountains of Turkey. ... MORE
The bordering Aras River flows for about 135 km. between the province of West Azarbayjan and the Republic of Nakhjavan. This river takes its source in the Min Gol Mountains of Turkey. On following its course, it ultimately flows into the Caspian Sea. The river has a length of 1072 km.
Hirmand River
in Zabol City
city: Zabol
This river accounts as the only vital water way in Sistan, and takes its source in the Baba Mountains of Afghanistan. After following a long course enters the Hamoon Lake, and the ... MORE
This river accounts as the only vital water way in Sistan, and takes its source in the Baba Mountains of Afghanistan. After following a long course enters the Hamoon Lake, and the water requirements of the plains of Sistan are provided by this river. Other water reserves also depend on the capacity ...
Gorgan Rood River
in Talesh (Hashtpar) City
This is the largest river in the west or the Talesh region. Its northern branch flows at an altituude of 2,000 m. and its mid-branch at an altitude of 3,000 m. These branches adjoin ... MORE
This is the largest river in the west or the Talesh region. Its northern branch flows at an altituude of 2,000 m. and its mid-branch at an altitude of 3,000 m. These branches adjoin at an elevation of approximately 350 m. Its water shed has a gentle slope. This river passes through the city of 'Hashtpar' ...
Chaloos River
in Chaloos City
city: Chaloos
This river takes its source in the Kandovan Mountains which is a part of the Alborz Mountain Range. After adjoining the Zanusi River and numerous other springs and waterfalls, and ... MORE
This river takes its source in the Kandovan Mountains which is a part of the Alborz Mountain Range. After adjoining the Zanusi River and numerous other springs and waterfalls, and flowing through a few villages, it flows into the Caspian Sea. The river follows a beautiful course, right from its source ...
Sarab Kangavar River
in Kangavar City
city: Kangavar
The Sarab Kangavar River is 40 km. in length and takes its source from eastern slopes of the Amrouleh Mountains which is at a 75 km. distance northeast of Kermanshah. After passing ... MORE
The Sarab Kangavar River is 40 km. in length and takes its source from eastern slopes of the Amrouleh Mountains which is at a 75 km. distance northeast of Kermanshah. After passing the Hezar Khan Sarab, Khoram Abad Villages and… adjoins several tributaries from west Kangavar, forming the Khoram Rood ...
Karaj River
in Karaj City
city: Karaj
This is one of the most saturated rivers of Tehran province which originates from Alborz Mountains and water spot of Mount Kharsang. This river is about 220 km. in length and Amir ... MORE
This is one of the most saturated rivers of Tehran province which originates from Alborz Mountains and water spot of Mount Kharsang. This river is about 220 km. in length and Amir Kabir Dam has been constructed on its way. The surrounding environment of dam and river banks are considered to be beautiful ...
Gorgan Rood River
in Gorgan City
city: Gorgan
This river begins from the Aladaq Mountains in Bojnurd and after a long course about 200 km. and crossing the mountains, valleys, Kalan desert, the vicinities of Gorgan town, Gonbad ... MORE
This river begins from the Aladaq Mountains in Bojnurd and after a long course about 200 km. and crossing the mountains, valleys, Kalan desert, the vicinities of Gorgan town, Gonbad Kavoos, the Gorgan plain and Aq Qala, in a place known as "Khajeh Nafs" it finally enters the Caspian Sea. The Gorgan ...
Sarab Kangavar River
in Kermanshah City
The Sarab Kangavar River is 40 km. in length and takes its source from eastern slopes of the Amrouleh Mountains which is at a 75 km. distance northeast of Kermanshah. After passing ... MORE
The Sarab Kangavar River is 40 km. in length and takes its source from eastern slopes of the Amrouleh Mountains which is at a 75 km. distance northeast of Kermanshah. After passing the Hezar Khan Sarab, Khoram Abad Villages and… adjoins several tributaries from west Kangavar, forming the Khoram Rood ...
Karoon River
in Shahr-e-Kord City
The western and south western jurisdictions of the province consists of Lordegan, Khan Mirza, Felard, and southern Bazoft. It is through these regions that the various branches of ... MORE
The western and south western jurisdictions of the province consists of Lordegan, Khan Mirza, Felard, and southern Bazoft. It is through these regions that the various branches of the Karoon River flows. Hence providing recreational areas, due to certain elements which help to elevate circumstances, ...
The fringes of the Bazoft River has access to the roads to Shahr-e-Kord and Masjed Soleiman. In its lengthy course the river meanders through forests, valleys and passes and hence ... MORE
The fringes of the Bazoft River has access to the roads to Shahr-e-Kord and Masjed Soleiman. In its lengthy course the river meanders through forests, valleys and passes and hence supplies water to all the rural areas that it flows by, and ultimately joins the Karoon River. Here the Cherry Gorge adds ...
Qarhsoo River
in Esfarayen City
city: Esfarayen
This river flows in the valley of Esfarayen. It originates from south of Aladaq Mountains and to the north from Shah Jahan Mountain Ranges. After saturating the Jajrum plain, it flows ... MORE
This river flows in the valley of Esfarayen. It originates from south of Aladaq Mountains and to the north from Shah Jahan Mountain Ranges. After saturating the Jajrum plain, it flows from north to south and joins the Kalshoor River in the south of Sabzevar. Finally at the end of its course it enters ...
Aras River
in Jolfa (Julfa) City
This river is the most important and largest river in the northern section of the province of East Azarbayjan. The length of the said being 1,072 km. (This river is also known as Araz). ... MORE
This river is the most important and largest river in the northern section of the province of East Azarbayjan. The length of the said being 1,072 km. (This river is also known as Araz). The river flows near the common borders of Iran and the neighboring north-western section. Taking its source in the ...
Zayandeh Rood River
in Isfahan City
city: Isfahan
The Zayandeh Rood is one of the most important rivers of the central plateau of Iran. The same has come to be known by this name, due to the various gushing springs on its course, ... MORE
The Zayandeh Rood is one of the most important rivers of the central plateau of Iran. The same has come to be known by this name, due to the various gushing springs on its course, that is from its source to the mouth. The river takes its source in the northeastern front of Zard Kooh -e-Bakhtiari in ...
Qezel Ozan River
in Divandarreh (Divandareh) City
This river is one of the main branches of the Sefid Rood River and originates from the Cheshmeh Mountains, elevations of the Hezar Kanian, springs of the eastern mountainous region ... MORE
This river is one of the main branches of the Sefid Rood River and originates from the Cheshmeh Mountains, elevations of the Hezar Kanian, springs of the eastern mountainous region of the Zagross located to the south, and west of the township of Divandareh. On entering the province of Zanjan, it joins ...
Another river that can be mentioned in this province is the ‘Rood Shur’ or 'Abhar Rood' river. MORE
Another river that can be mentioned in this province is the ‘Rood Shur’ or 'Abhar Rood' river.
Aqaj River
in Shiraz City
city: Shiraz
This river originates from the Tabesk Mount in the Doshman Ziari Village. After passing through a valley in northwest of Shiraz, it leaves the Mamasani region at the vicinity of Chehel ... MORE
This river originates from the Tabesk Mount in the Doshman Ziari Village. After passing through a valley in northwest of Shiraz, it leaves the Mamasani region at the vicinity of Chehel Cheshmeh. The Aqaj River after crossing many farms, enters the Persian Gulf via the Roodmand in the Bushehr Province.
Abhar Rood River
in Abhar City
city: Abhar
This vicinity is within the limits of the eastern face of Garah Daq Mountains, in the rural area of Sajas, taking its source 30 km north east of Qeydar. In addition to smaller tributaries ... MORE
This vicinity is within the limits of the eastern face of Garah Daq Mountains, in the rural area of Sajas, taking its source 30 km north east of Qeydar. In addition to smaller tributaries adjoining with, it flows eastwards and south east of Chaman Soltanieh. After gaining an increased flow of water ...
Gorjavan River
in Ali Abad (Aliabade Katul) City
The above mentioned river is formed by the adjoining of "Vejadareh" and "Zarin Gol" Rivers, 8 km. southeast of Ali Abad. After passing through the Katool Village, east of Qasem Khan ... MORE
The above mentioned river is formed by the adjoining of "Vejadareh" and "Zarin Gol" Rivers, 8 km. southeast of Ali Abad. After passing through the Katool Village, east of Qasem Khan Lake, it adjoins the Chah Ali River. Finally at 3 km. east of Arban Aloom Village it enters the Gorgan River.
Haraz River
in Amol City
city: Amol
The Haraz River takes its source in the skirts of the Alborz Mountains in the region of Larijan. After flowing along the Haraz Road and Valley for about 100 km. it meanders in the ... MORE
The Haraz River takes its source in the skirts of the Alborz Mountains in the region of Larijan. After flowing along the Haraz Road and Valley for about 100 km. it meanders in the midst of the city of Amol, from where it reaches the Caspian Sea. The fringes of this river is utilized as recreational ...
Kahriz (Koohrood) River
in Araak (Arak) City
This river originates from the Qarah Kahrizak Mountains, and after irrigating some villages near Arak ends up in the Miqan Desert. This river is seasonal and dries in summers and is ... MORE
This river originates from the Qarah Kahrizak Mountains, and after irrigating some villages near Arak ends up in the Miqan Desert. This river is seasonal and dries in summers and is not very important from the recreational point of view.
Baliqly Chay River
in Ardebil City
city: Ardebil
Meaning "a river with many fish" in Azarbayjani language, this river originates from the Sabalan Mountains and passes through Ardabil city. As a result, many villages and townships ... MORE
Meaning "a river with many fish" in Azarbayjani language, this river originates from the Sabalan Mountains and passes through Ardabil city. As a result, many villages and townships have settled around this river. It also irrigates much of the agricultural lands in this province.
Qarah Soo River
in Ardebil City
city: Ardebil
Meaning "black water" in Azarbayjani language, this river is 108 km. long and joining the Aras, Qoory Chay and Baliqly Chay Rivers. Its banks are utilized as recreational areas both ... MORE
Meaning "black water" in Azarbayjani language, this river is 108 km. long and joining the Aras, Qoory Chay and Baliqly Chay Rivers. Its banks are utilized as recreational areas both by local residence and tourists.
Mehran River
in Bandar Lengeh City
This river takes its source in the southern portion of the Haft Chen Mountains, 15 km. north east of Bandar Alaviyeh. The river flows from west to east, and to the east of Bandar Lengeh ... MORE
This river takes its source in the southern portion of the Haft Chen Mountains, 15 km. north east of Bandar Alaviyeh. The river flows from west to east, and to the east of Bandar Lengeh seeps into the sands. The same re-appears and in the vicinity of Khuran flows into the Persian Gulf.
Zarineh Rood River
in Baneh City
city: Baneh
The same flows from the north to south direction, running from Kurdestan toward Lake Orumieh. It's main branch "Cham Saqez" (Chomeh) takes its source from the Gardaneh Khan mountains ... MORE
The same flows from the north to south direction, running from Kurdestan toward Lake Orumieh. It's main branch "Cham Saqez" (Chomeh) takes its source from the Gardaneh Khan mountains east of Baneh. The "Khor Khoreh" River is its main branch which runs beside the city of Saqez and finally enters the ...
Jarahi River
in Behbahan City
city: Behbahan
The Jarahi River flows through the townships of Kohkiluyeh Va Boyer Ahmad, Behbahan, Ramhormoz and Mah Shahr. It originates from the mountains of Rah Barik, Sefid and Golgilak, 53 ... MORE
The Jarahi River flows through the townships of Kohkiluyeh Va Boyer Ahmad, Behbahan, Ramhormoz and Mah Shahr. It originates from the mountains of Rah Barik, Sefid and Golgilak, 53 km. northwest of Yasooj. After following a long course, and joining to various rivers, under the name of Maroon, enters ...
Zohreh River
in Behbahan City
city: Behbahan
The Zohreh River is flown in the townships of Mamasani (Fars province), Behbahan, Gachsaran and Mah Shahr. Its length is 490 km. and its height from the source is 2,850 m. This river ... MORE
The Zohreh River is flown in the townships of Mamasani (Fars province), Behbahan, Gachsaran and Mah Shahr. Its length is 490 km. and its height from the source is 2,850 m. This river originates from northwest of Ardakan, and passing a long course, enters the townships of Mamasani and Gachsaran under ...
Sezar River
in Borujerd City
city: Borujerd
This river is the main tributary of Dez River which obtains its water from the mountains and flows towards the south. A large dam has been constructed on this river. MORE
This river is the main tributary of Dez River which obtains its water from the mountains and flows towards the south. A large dam has been constructed on this river.
Other rivers in this province are : Bakhtiari, Aab-afreeneh, Chulhoon, Baadavar, Cheshmak, Aab-tangooleh, Aab-Sefid, Gahrood, Aab-Malayer, Marbareh, Darreh-Dozdan and Takht-Jan rivers. MORE
Other rivers in this province are : Bakhtiari, Aab-afreeneh, Chulhoon, Baadavar, Cheshmak, Aab-tangooleh, Aab-Sefid, Gahrood, Aab-Malayer, Marbareh, Darreh-Dozdan and Takht-Jan rivers.
Beshar River
in Boyer Ahmad (Yasooj) City
This river originates from the south east of upper Boyer Ahmad as well as Ardakan and Mamasani Mountains in Fars Province and continues towards the north east of the lower part of ... MORE
This river originates from the south east of upper Boyer Ahmad as well as Ardakan and Mamasani Mountains in Fars Province and continues towards the north east of the lower part of Boyer Ahmad. The major sources of this river are Ganjoun, Tizab and Tang-e-Sorkh rivers. After passing through northeastern ...
Khersan River
in Boyer Ahmad (Yasooj) City
The Khersan River is the largest tributary of Karoon River and originates from the Tang-e- Sorkh Mountains 43 km. southeast of Yasooj and flows under the name of Beshar River towards ... MORE
The Khersan River is the largest tributary of Karoon River and originates from the Tang-e- Sorkh Mountains 43 km. southeast of Yasooj and flows under the name of Beshar River towards the northwest of this area. After passing by the Tang-e-Sorkh Mountains, irrigates several of villages and joins the ...
Maroon River
in Boyer Ahmad (Yasooj) City
Its river basin is to the west of Boyer Ahmad and in a part of the Doshman Ziyari region. The Loadab being the important branch of the Maroon River which after flowing through the ... MORE
Its river basin is to the west of Boyer Ahmad and in a part of the Doshman Ziyari region. The Loadab being the important branch of the Maroon River which after flowing through the above mentioned areas, ultimately flows through the extreme end of Kohkiluyeh called Tang-e-Takab, continues towards Behbahan ...
Mehrian River
in Boyer Ahmad (Yasooj) City
This river originates from the heights of Dena and enters Yasooj from the pass of the Tangeh waterfall, located in the north of Yasooj. A portion of the water from this river is used ... MORE
This river originates from the heights of Dena and enters Yasooj from the pass of the Tangeh waterfall, located in the north of Yasooj. A portion of the water from this river is used for drinking purposes in the city of Yasooj and the remaining part for irrigating the lands around Yasooj, that joins ...
Other important rivers of Kohkiluyeh Va Boyer Ahmad province are as follows: The Nazmakan River, Loadab, Garm Rood, Shah Bahram, Kahgol Lirab, Abrigon, Broshgeft, Shabliz, Charouq ... MORE
Other important rivers of Kohkiluyeh Va Boyer Ahmad province are as follows: The Nazmakan River, Loadab, Garm Rood, Shah Bahram, Kahgol Lirab, Abrigon, Broshgeft, Shabliz, Charouq Saz, Cheram, Kal Asadi, Manjegan, Sameh, Khaneh Qalt, Talkh, Baba Ahmad, Tesuj, Dilgan, Brom Mour Zard, Ganjehi, Kal, Cheshmeh ...
Dalky River
in City
This river takes its source from the heights of Dasht-e-Arjan to the west of Shiraz, and after gaining water from the Sarkhoon and Shirin Rivers, adjoins Shapour River, finally flowing ... MORE
This river takes its source from the heights of Dasht-e-Arjan to the west of Shiraz, and after gaining water from the Sarkhoon and Shirin Rivers, adjoins Shapour River, finally flowing into the Persian Gulf. Dalky river, specially in the northern sector irrigates agricultural land, date graves and gardens ...
Other Rivers
in Bushehr City
city: Bushehr
Other rivers of the province are the Ahram and Shoor rivers. MORE
Other rivers of the province are the Ahram and Shoor rivers.
Rabch (Fonooj) River
in Chabahar Free Port City
The said river takes its source in the mountains of Bashagard, to the south of the province and around Fonooj. Three rivers adjoin it, and taking the name of Fonooj, flows through ... MORE
The said river takes its source in the mountains of Bashagard, to the south of the province and around Fonooj. Three rivers adjoin it, and taking the name of Fonooj, flows through the valley of Dand Hoor mountains in the east and the Sefid Kooh mountains in the west, and runs towards the south. After ...
Seimareh River
in Dareh Shahr (DarreShahr) City
This long and large river, which is called Karkheh in the lower part, flows through the eastern margin of the province. Its main streams are Gamasiab, Qara Sou, Chenareh, Kashkan and ... MORE
This long and large river, which is called Karkheh in the lower part, flows through the eastern margin of the province. Its main streams are Gamasiab, Qara Sou, Chenareh, Kashkan and another stream that originates from Kamyaran and Mahidash heights.
Korr River
in Eqlid (Eghlid) City
The Korr River originates from the mountains of Seyed Mohammad and Palangeri in the Eqleed Township. After receiving several water springs, under the name of the Dezdkor River it finally ... MORE
The Korr River originates from the mountains of Seyed Mohammad and Palangeri in the Eqleed Township. After receiving several water springs, under the name of the Dezdkor River it finally enters Marvdasht via the Tang-e-Boraq region. Another branch of the Korr River called the Margan River, after receiving ...
Shadkam River
in Eqlid (Eghlid) City
The river which was known as Saryatan River in the past, originates from a spring with the same name which is placed in Mount Almalicheh. After irrigating the Namadan plains, it joins ... MORE
The river which was known as Saryatan River in the past, originates from a spring with the same name which is placed in Mount Almalicheh. After irrigating the Namadan plains, it joins the Kaftar River. The Shadkam river flows in the vicinity to the Eqleed township and its river banks enjoys a valuable ...
This river forms the main source of water for irrigation purposes in the township of Garmsar. The river takes its source in the Alborz mountains. In the upper sections enhanced with ... MORE
This river forms the main source of water for irrigation purposes in the township of Garmsar. The river takes its source in the Alborz mountains. In the upper sections enhanced with pleasant weather and scenery offers scope for leisure.
This river is one of the main branches of the Tajan River, comprising of many minor tributaries, flowing towards the north west. After gaining water from other tributaries and after ... MORE
This river is one of the main branches of the Tajan River, comprising of many minor tributaries, flowing towards the north west. After gaining water from other tributaries and after irrigating the lands surrounding its banks, flows towards the Tajan River.
Alestan River
in Gorgan City
city: Gorgan
The "Alestan" River also known as "Roodbar Alestan" originates from the northern region of "Qoroq Land" Mountain at 47 km. from southeast of Gorgan. Flowing through the western valley ... MORE
The "Alestan" River also known as "Roodbar Alestan" originates from the northern region of "Qoroq Land" Mountain at 47 km. from southeast of Gorgan. Flowing through the western valley of "Nileh Tah" and "Gandi" Mountains it goes towards north. After flowing for 7 km. it combines with a branch originating ...
Atrak River
in Gorgan City
city: Gorgan
This river originates from Hezar Masjed and Lalehruban mountains in the province of Khorassan and Golestan and enters the Caspian Sea. Its length is about 600 km.. This river along ... MORE
This river originates from Hezar Masjed and Lalehruban mountains in the province of Khorassan and Golestan and enters the Caspian Sea. Its length is about 600 km.. This river along its course, flows from Shirvan, Bojnurd, Maraveh tappeh and then forms a delta in the south west and enters the Gulf of ...
Qarahsoo River
in Gorgan City
city: Gorgan
This river is formed from the over flow of the Imamzadeh and Garmabdasht Rivers, 16 km. southeast of Gorgan. After irrigating some villages on its course, in the vicinity of the coastal ... MORE
This river is formed from the over flow of the Imamzadeh and Garmabdasht Rivers, 16 km. southeast of Gorgan. After irrigating some villages on its course, in the vicinity of the coastal village of Qarah Soo, it enters the Caspian Sea.
Qarah Chay (Siyah Rood) River
in Araak (Arak) City
This river takes its source in the heights between Arak and Malayer. After joining with other rivers and irrigating the surrounding lands, it flows towards the Haus Soltan lake. In ... MORE
This river takes its source in the heights between Arak and Malayer. After joining with other rivers and irrigating the surrounding lands, it flows towards the Haus Soltan lake. In the higher areas of the river, leisure spots are found.
Other Rivers
in Hamedan City
city: Hamedan
Other rivers that can be named are : Talur River, Khoram Rood River. MORE
Other rivers that can be named are : Talur River, Khoram Rood River.
Shafa Rood River
in Talesh (Hashtpar) City
This is the second largest river in Talesh. Its important tributaries adjoin the main stream along its course. Here it is accompanied by several small streams on a steep slope, flowing ... MORE
This is the second largest river in Talesh. Its important tributaries adjoin the main stream along its course. Here it is accompanied by several small streams on a steep slope, flowing into the plains of the 'Poonal' region.
Qaranqoo Chay River
in Hashtrood (Hashtrud) City
This river is one of the most important and largest tributaries of the Qezel Ozan River that takes its source from the central and eastern section of the Sahand Mountains. The valley ... MORE
This river is one of the most important and largest tributaries of the Qezel Ozan River that takes its source from the central and eastern section of the Sahand Mountains. The valley in which the river Qaranqoo Chay flows is known as Darband-e-Zahak, which is also a leisure spot. This river also has ...
Ab-e-Aseman Abad River
in Ilam City
city: Ilam
This river originates from springs and watersheds around Aseman village 35 kilometers of northwestern Ilam. It flows among the Qalajeh and Kotehpifak Mountains towards the southeast ... MORE
This river originates from springs and watersheds around Aseman village 35 kilometers of northwestern Ilam. It flows among the Qalajeh and Kotehpifak Mountains towards the southeast of the province. After irrigating many villages, it enters the southern valley of Kooh Piran and after joining the Chenarach ...
Konjan Cham River
in Ilam City
city: Ilam
Konjan Cham River originates from the outskirts of surrounding heights and after joining with other streams enters to Mehran through a narrow valley and finally flows to Iraq. It is ... MORE
Konjan Cham River originates from the outskirts of surrounding heights and after joining with other streams enters to Mehran through a narrow valley and finally flows to Iraq. It is 90 kilometers long in Iran.
Talkhab River
in Ilam City
city: Ilam
It originates from springs of surrounding highlands and finally flows to Iraq 61 kilometers from Ilam. The length of this river in Iran is 43 kilometers. MORE
It originates from springs of surrounding highlands and finally flows to Iraq 61 kilometers from Ilam. The length of this river in Iran is 43 kilometers.
Other Rivers
in Ilam City
city: Ilam
Other rivers of the province are: Sourak, Shirvan, Kazab, Kalal Rood, Hezar Khani, Guilan Gourkeh, Chiqa Chelam, Abaftab, Abchika, Abzangavan, Tang-Grav, Jazman Rood, Chardavol, Chovar, ... MORE
Other rivers of the province are: Sourak, Shirvan, Kazab, Kalal Rood, Hezar Khani, Guilan Gourkeh, Chiqa Chelam, Abaftab, Abchika, Abzangavan, Tang-Grav, Jazman Rood, Chardavol, Chovar, Khosh and Sedeh in Ilam. Abdanan, Abdareh Chekeh, Absarkadeh, Abmurmury, Qara Tappeh, Galal Chineh, Nasrian, Abtakhtan, ...
Bahookalat River
in Iran Shahr (Iranshahr) City
The Bahookalat River is one of the gushing rivers of the region of Sistan Va Baluchestan, and is one of the major factors of livelihood and flourishment in the south of this area. ... MORE
The Bahookalat River is one of the gushing rivers of the region of Sistan Va Baluchestan, and is one of the major factors of livelihood and flourishment in the south of this area. This river collects the surface waters from vast areas of south of the townships of Iran Shahr and Chabahar, before flowing ...
Bampour River
in Iran Shahr (Iranshahr) City
The Bampour River takes its source in the summits to the east of Iran Shahr and is a factor regarding agriculture in the territory of Iran Shahr and Bampour. A diverting dam has been ... MORE
The Bampour River takes its source in the summits to the east of Iran Shahr and is a factor regarding agriculture in the territory of Iran Shahr and Bampour. A diverting dam has been constructed here. After the river flows through the plains of Bampour it deposits itself in the seasonal lake of Jazmoorian.
Ab Jalan River
in Javan Rood (Javanrud) City
The Ab Jalan River flows from the Azgaleh Village of the Javan Rood township. The length of this river is 30 km. This river originates from the western slopes of the Molachieh Mountains ... MORE
The Ab Jalan River flows from the Azgaleh Village of the Javan Rood township. The length of this river is 30 km. This river originates from the western slopes of the Molachieh Mountains (53 km. southwest of Paveh), and flows to the northwest and combines with Lima River in northeast of Tovoshkeh Village. ...
Halil Rood River
in Jiroft City
city: Jiroft
This river takes its source in the mountainous region of Hezar, 96 km. north west of Jiroft in the Sarmashk Village and flows south west. The length of this river is 387 km. The Halil ... MORE
This river takes its source in the mountainous region of Hezar, 96 km. north west of Jiroft in the Sarmashk Village and flows south west. The length of this river is 387 km. The Halil Rood is not only one of the important rivers in Kerman, but is also responsible for irrigating the alluvial plains of ...
Mond River
in Kangan (Bandar Kangan) City
This river takes its source from the heights south east of Kazeroon and south west of Shiraz, flowing into the Persian Gulf in the south of 'Bandar-e-Kangan.' The slope of this river ... MORE
This river takes its source from the heights south east of Kazeroon and south west of Shiraz, flowing into the Persian Gulf in the south of 'Bandar-e-Kangan.' The slope of this river is gradual and it enters Bushehr province from Kazeroon, after irrigating lands of the Shabankareh Village it ultimately ...
Taleqan Rood River
in Karaj City
city: Karaj
This river originates from Kandovan and Kahar Bozorg Mountains, and thence joins the Sefid Rood River. This river is 180 km in length, the upper banks of which provide sight-seeing ... MORE
This river originates from Kandovan and Kahar Bozorg Mountains, and thence joins the Sefid Rood River. This river is 180 km in length, the upper banks of which provide sight-seeing and recreational areas.
Khobar and other rivers
in Kerman City
city: Kerman
Other rivers in this province are Ab Bakhshah in Bardseer, Ravar in the vicinity of Ravar, Khobar in the vicinity of Khobar, Baft and Tangu'yeh (Palangi) river in Sirjan. MORE
Other rivers in this province are Ab Bakhshah in Bardseer, Ravar in the vicinity of Ravar, Khobar in the vicinity of Khobar, Baft and Tangu'yeh (Palangi) river in Sirjan.
Sajas Rood River
in KhodaBandeh City
The Sajas Rood finds its source in the southern slopes of the Aq Daq Mountains, which lie to the north east of Qeydar and to the south east of Zanjan. After receiving an increased ... MORE
The Sajas Rood finds its source in the southern slopes of the Aq Daq Mountains, which lie to the north east of Qeydar and to the south east of Zanjan. After receiving an increased water flow (by smaller rivers in the vicinity), finally flows into the Qezel Ozan River. The villages of Sajas and Qalabar ...
Seimareh River
in Khorramabad (Khorram Abaad) City
This river after following its course through other provinces, flows into Lurestan province taking the name of Seimareh. MORE
This river after following its course through other provinces, flows into Lurestan province taking the name of Seimareh.
Arvand Rood River
in Khoram Shahr City
The Arvand Rood River flows in the townships of Khoram Shahr, Abadan and to the west of the Minoo Island, as well as on the borders of Iran and Iraq. This river is known as the Shat-ol-Arab ... MORE
The Arvand Rood River flows in the townships of Khoram Shahr, Abadan and to the west of the Minoo Island, as well as on the borders of Iran and Iraq. This river is known as the Shat-ol-Arab in Iraq and has been formed by meeting two rivers of Tigris and Euphrates. These join at a place called Qarneh, ...
Pol Rood River
in Lahijan City
city: Lahijan
This is the largest river in the east of Gilan with a watershed covering an area of 1,725 sq. km. The 'Chak Rood' is one of the biggest branches flowing through the western areas of ... MORE
This is the largest river in the east of Gilan with a watershed covering an area of 1,725 sq. km. The 'Chak Rood' is one of the biggest branches flowing through the western areas of 'Kalishan' and 'Moosa Kalayeh', opposite Rostam Abad along the course of the Sefid Rood. Its other tributary is 'Gol Rood'which ...
Mahabad Rood River
in Mahabad City
city: Mahabad
This river is composed of two main branches and flows from the summits of Piran Shahr and Sardasht. After following its course it joins Lake Orumieh. On this river a dam has been ... MORE
This river is composed of two main branches and flows from the summits of Piran Shahr and Sardasht. After following its course it joins Lake Orumieh. On this river a dam has been constructed, which supplies drinking water of the city as well as aides in the generation of hydroelectricity power. There ...
La'l Bar (Qomrood) River
in Mahallat City
city: Mahallat
The main branch of this river originates from the heights of the eastern slopes in the south of Golpayegan and western Khansar. After adjoining the Kharqab and Khomein Rivers, its ... MORE
The main branch of this river originates from the heights of the eastern slopes in the south of Golpayegan and western Khansar. After adjoining the Kharqab and Khomein Rivers, its name changes to La'l Bar which crosses the south of Mahalat and western Delijan entering Qom and joins the Qarah Chay in ...
Moordy Chay River
in Maraqeh (Maragheh) City
The Moordy Chay River takes its source in the southern slopes of the Sahand Mountains. The river bed has geological value being present from the third era of geology. Besides being ... MORE
The Moordy Chay River takes its source in the southern slopes of the Sahand Mountains. The river bed has geological value being present from the third era of geology. Besides being important for other geological research. In the field of archeology giant fossils of animals have been discovered here.
Soofian Chay River
in Maraqeh (Maragheh) City
This river takes its source in the south-western portion of the Sahand Mountains. After irrigating some areas in Maraqeh, it continues towards the township of Bonab. The Alavian Dam ... MORE
This river takes its source in the south-western portion of the Sahand Mountains. After irrigating some areas in Maraqeh, it continues towards the township of Bonab. The Alavian Dam has been constructed on this river three kilometers from the city of Maraqeh. Behind this dam a lake has been formed which ...
Changooleh River
in Mehran City
city: Mehran
This river is formed after the confluence of Tang Khashoul and Tang Korto rivers 53 kilometers east of Mehran and flows southward. It enters Iraq 80 kilometers northwest of Dehloran ... MORE
This river is formed after the confluence of Tang Khashoul and Tang Korto rivers 53 kilometers east of Mehran and flows southward. It enters Iraq 80 kilometers northwest of Dehloran and finally joins the Tigris River.
Peer Mohammad River
in Mehran City
city: Mehran
This river, which is also called, Galan Peer Mohammad, is formed by the joining of Kalkola and Palshak Ab Rivers 41 kilometers far from Mehran. It flows through several highlands and ... MORE
This river, which is also called, Galan Peer Mohammad, is formed by the joining of Kalkola and Palshak Ab Rivers 41 kilometers far from Mehran. It flows through several highlands and forms a high waterfall. Then, it joins the Gozah River in the Peer Mohammad Village that tends to the formation of Gari ...
Minab River
in Minab City
city: Minab
This river is formed by adjoining of two rivers of Roudan and Joqeen. These two rivers meet near the village of Borjegan, 25 km. south east of Minab city. The Minab Dam is located ... MORE
This river is formed by adjoining of two rivers of Roudan and Joqeen. These two rivers meet near the village of Borjegan, 25 km. south east of Minab city. The Minab Dam is located on this river, and is 2 km. east of Minab. This dam alongside its lake, forms a reserve of water for the verdant surroundings ...
Gamasiyab Rood River
in Nahavand City
city: Nahavand
The river originates from the south eastern heights of the Gerou Mountains. In its route it joins up to the springs and other smaller rivers. After irrigating the plains of Nahavand ... MORE
The river originates from the south eastern heights of the Gerou Mountains. In its route it joins up to the springs and other smaller rivers. After irrigating the plains of Nahavand it flows towards the north west. After adjoining with the Qarah Soo River, in the south east of Kermanshah, it flows south. ...
city: Urmia
This river originates from the summits around Saqez south of Lake Orumieh. The main branch of which, Shetaveh Rood is to the southwest of Dehshahr Kandi. After flowing across Bukan, ... MORE
This river originates from the summits around Saqez south of Lake Orumieh. The main branch of which, Shetaveh Rood is to the southwest of Dehshahr Kandi. After flowing across Bukan, western Miandoab, and the fertile plains of Shamat, it flows into the swamps southeast of the Lake Orumieh.
city: Urmia
This river originates from the mountains of Chehel Cheshmeh of Kurdestan. After flowing through the western part of the vast alluvial plain of Miandoab it divides into branches, ultimately ... MORE
This river originates from the mountains of Chehel Cheshmeh of Kurdestan. After flowing through the western part of the vast alluvial plain of Miandoab it divides into branches, ultimately flowing into lake Orumieh. The length of this river being 300 km. and its river basin being over 1100 sq. km. On ...
Zamkan River
in Paveh (Oramanat) City
The Zamkan River is in the limits of Paveh and Islam Abad Qarb. The length of this river is 160 km. and originates from the southern slopes of the Shahan Mountains 62 km. north west ... MORE
The Zamkan River is in the limits of Paveh and Islam Abad Qarb. The length of this river is 160 km. and originates from the southern slopes of the Shahan Mountains 62 km. north west of Islam Abad. This river passes through various villages and after adjoining with other rivers enters Paveh. In this ...
Talar Rood (Siyah Rood) River
in Qaem Shahr (Ghaemshahr) City
The Talar river takes its source in the Savad Kooh mountains and along with many tributaries, after flowing through upper Qaem Shahr, flows into the Caspian Sea. Due to the meeting ... MORE
The Talar river takes its source in the Savad Kooh mountains and along with many tributaries, after flowing through upper Qaem Shahr, flows into the Caspian Sea. Due to the meeting of the valley through which this river flows and the Firooz Kooh Road, a landscape of forest, valley and rice fields in ...
Kangakoosh River
in Qasr-e Shirin City
The Kangakoosh River is within the limits of Naft Shahr and Qasr-e-Shirin and flows upto Iran - Iraq border. It is 60 km. in length. This river originates from watersheds of the Bandmian ... MORE
The Kangakoosh River is within the limits of Naft Shahr and Qasr-e-Shirin and flows upto Iran - Iraq border. It is 60 km. in length. This river originates from watersheds of the Bandmian and Darblouie Mountains (7 km. southwest of Gilan Qarb), after passing the Vijnan Village, it enters Naft Shahr. ...
Khar Rood River
in Qazvin City
city: Qazvin
This river originates from the skirts of Qareh Daq Mountains near the (Sejas Rood village), and after gaining water from various streams finally join the Rood-e-Shour to the west of ... MORE
This river originates from the skirts of Qareh Daq Mountains near the (Sejas Rood village), and after gaining water from various streams finally join the Rood-e-Shour to the west of Kharaqan after crossing the main Qazvin - Hamadan Road. Here, the river joins the Avaj and Kolanjin Rivers flowing to ...
Shahrood River
in Qazvin City
city: Qazvin
The Shahrood River originates from southern foot of Alborz and consists of two major branches called the Taleqan and Alamoot River. These two rivers join together in the northwest ... MORE
The Shahrood River originates from southern foot of Alborz and consists of two major branches called the Taleqan and Alamoot River. These two rivers join together in the northwest of the Shirkooh village. The river flows from east to west and flows by Lavasan and finally in the Manjil Gorge joins the ...
Qarah Chay River
in Qom City
city: Qom
This river takes its source in the wetlands of Haft Emarat, Bollaq Jak, Abbas Abad and Panjeh Ali in the borders of Arak, before flowing into the township of Arak. After irrigating ... MORE
This river takes its source in the wetlands of Haft Emarat, Bollaq Jak, Abbas Abad and Panjeh Ali in the borders of Arak, before flowing into the township of Arak. After irrigating lands here, and following an east-west direction, it enters the township of Tafresh. After gaining water from other rivers ...
Dinachal River
in Rasht City
city: Rasht
This river takes its source from an area called 'Sheergoli'. Other small branches adjoin it in its flow. Its mountainous course has a gentle slope and after a bend, it flows southwards, ... MORE
This river takes its source from an area called 'Sheergoli'. Other small branches adjoin it in its flow. Its mountainous course has a gentle slope and after a bend, it flows southwards, entering the plains and flowing to the sea.
Shalman Rood River
in Roodsar City
city: Roodsar
The same has a comparatively large water out put till the Shalman bridge and along the Roodsar - Lahijan Road. It has two main tributaries the 'Taq Var' from the west and Shalman Rood ... MORE
The same has a comparatively large water out put till the Shalman bridge and along the Roodsar - Lahijan Road. It has two main tributaries the 'Taq Var' from the west and Shalman Rood from the east. Almost 3 km. towards this river, at a bend of about 2.5 km. the Kiarood joins it, and with a few more ...
Sefid Rood River
in Saqez City
city: Saqez
The length of the same is less than Zarrineh Rood River and so is its water capacity. This river is well known as "Tatahoo" in Saqez taking its source from the Mangoor and Tarjan altitudes ... MORE
The length of the same is less than Zarrineh Rood River and so is its water capacity. This river is well known as "Tatahoo" in Saqez taking its source from the Mangoor and Tarjan altitudes and finally flowing into the Orumieh Lake. The Chamkhaneh and Savojbolaq Rivers are the most important tributaries ...
Sirvan River
in Saqez City
city: Saqez
This is the longest river in Kurdestan province and its main branches are the Gavrood and Qeshlaq Rivers. The Gaveh Rood takes its source from the Kan Kabood Mountains of Saqez and ... MORE
This is the longest river in Kurdestan province and its main branches are the Gavrood and Qeshlaq Rivers. The Gaveh Rood takes its source from the Kan Kabood Mountains of Saqez and Qeshlaq River from the Peer Mahmood Mountains. Its different branches just like the main venal system, from a deep valley ...
Jagiran River
in Sar Pol-e Zahab City
The Jagiran River is within the limits of the townships of Sar Pol-e-Zahab. This river is 67 km. in length and originates from the western slopes of the Molachieh and Shahan Mountains ... MORE
The Jagiran River is within the limits of the townships of Sar Pol-e-Zahab. This river is 67 km. in length and originates from the western slopes of the Molachieh and Shahan Mountains in the Posht Tang village (24 km. of north east of Qasr-e-Shirin), and feeds from tributaries like the Ab Talan. This ...
Qarah Chay (Shara') River
in Sarband (Shazand) City
This river originates from the Emarat Water Basin, Eskan Abbas Abad, Kalleh and Nahr Mian. On the other hand it means that it originates from the Sarband heights in the southwestern ... MORE
This river originates from the Emarat Water Basin, Eskan Abbas Abad, Kalleh and Nahr Mian. On the other hand it means that it originates from the Sarband heights in the southwestern exterior of the province. After irrigating Sarband it enters the village of Shera and ends up in the salt desert. Before ...
Kal Roodbar River
in Semnan City
city: Semnan
This river takes its source in the northern heights of the Shahmirzad and is fed by other tributaries in the vicinity follows its course towards the west of Semnan. From here it sinks ... MORE
This river takes its source in the northern heights of the Shahmirzad and is fed by other tributaries in the vicinity follows its course towards the west of Semnan. From here it sinks into the surrounding desert lands. In the northern areas of this river, pleasant spots for recreation can be found during ...
Other Rivers
in Damgan (Daamghan) City
Other rivers of the province are, the Kalshur River and the Ali spring river of Damqan. MORE
Other rivers of the province are, the Kalshur River and the Ali spring river of Damqan.
Margan River
in Sepeedan City
city: Sepeedan
Originating from the Ranj Mountains in Sepeedan, this river is one of the branches of the Korr River. After joing with few branches near the city of Sepeedan, it forms the Korr River ... MORE
Originating from the Ranj Mountains in Sepeedan, this river is one of the branches of the Korr River. After joing with few branches near the city of Sepeedan, it forms the Korr River again.The waterfall of this river is one of the most famous ones in Iran and the world.
Ahmad Abad River
in Shahrood City
city: Shahrood
The said is within 90 km. of Biarjmand. This river takes its source from the numerous springs present in the river bed. This river flows on a low incline, and its depth reaches 2 m. ... MORE
The said is within 90 km. of Biarjmand. This river takes its source from the numerous springs present in the river bed. This river flows on a low incline, and its depth reaches 2 m. in some areas. Running its course, in some parts it forms into a waterfall. Water species can be noted in its river bed. ...
Taash River
in Shahrood City
city: Shahrood
This river takes its source in the realm of Shah Kooh and Shahvar between the Taash and Mahjan Rivers in addition to depending on atmospheric changes. This river continues on its course ... MORE
This river takes its source in the realm of Shah Kooh and Shahvar between the Taash and Mahjan Rivers in addition to depending on atmospheric changes. This river continues on its course after being fed by minor tributaries, and on irrigating part of the lands of Bastam and Zirastaq, flows towards the ...
Oskoo Chay River
in Tabriz City
city: Tabriz
This river takes its source in the northern sector of Soltan Daq in the mountainous region of Sahand Mountains. In its course it flows through a number of villages of which the picturesque ... MORE
This river takes its source in the northern sector of Soltan Daq in the mountainous region of Sahand Mountains. In its course it flows through a number of villages of which the picturesque villages of Kandowan and Kohanmoo are worth mentioning. Finally flowing into the Lake Orumieh. Areas surrounding ...
Seyed Ava Chay River
in Tabriz City
city: Tabriz
This river is a beautiful river by the side of the village of Sa'eed Abad a pleasant and beautiful area for the summer season. The river takes its sources in the mountains of Sahand. ... MORE
This river is a beautiful river by the side of the village of Sa'eed Abad a pleasant and beautiful area for the summer season. The river takes its sources in the mountains of Sahand. Throughout its course it irrigates fruit cultivation, in addition to making the land luscious.
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