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Qelqel Rood River

in Towiserkan city | Hamedan province
Tourist Attraction

Qelqel Rood River

Related to Towiserkan city (located in Hamedan province)
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.
Situated in the south eastern slopes of the Alvand Mountains, and to the south of Hamadan on elevated land, it experiences cold winters, and moderate summers. The city of Towiserkan lies at a distance of 395 km. from Tehran and 93 km. from Hamadan. The ...
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