Tourist Attraction

Som Dol Dol Inscription

in Ilam city | Ilam province
Tourist Attraction

Som Dol Dol Inscription

Related to Ilam city (located in Ilam province)
There is in Gorab Gorge a horseshoe-shaped mass of rubble stones with a flagstone within it. There is a symbol of an horseshoe on the flagstone that is believed to be the sign of the horse belonging to one of the Imams of Shiite sect.
Ilam (capital of Ilam Province) located 710 kilometers from Tehran, surrounded by heights covered with forests enjoying a mild mountainous climate with very pleasant springs. In the ancient time, Ilam was known as Arboojan.
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