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Moordy Chay River

in Maraqeh city | East Azarbaijan province
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Moordy Chay River

Related to Maraqeh city (located in East Azarbaijan province)
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.
The township of Maraqeh is located to the south of Tabriz and in the southern slopes of the Sahand mountains. The historical city of Maraqeh is 126 km. from the center of the province and has variable climate, such as in the higher areas being of mountainous ...
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