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Gorgan Rood River

in Gorgan city | Golestan province
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Gorgan Rood River

Related to Gorgan city (located in Golestan province)
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 River appears stagnant with a slow water current, but in the rain it becomes muddy. A dam is constructed on it and its water is used for agricultural purposes. The existence of the lake, dam beside the quiet surroundings and waterfall create possibilities for recreational purposes and specially for water sports.
The township of Gorgan is situated in the southwest of the province and its neighbors are: Semnan province from south, Kord Kooy and Bandar Turkaman from west, Ali Abad and Gonbad Kavoos from east, and from north it is limited to Gonbad Kavoos. The center ...
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