On the outskirts of Anar Kooh in northern Ilam, there are some large stones naturally resting on each other. Local people believe that these stones are Shotor Saleh (Saleh camel) that has brought provisions for people during draught in ancient times. In order to prevent the attack of brigands, they have changed to stone by the order of God. It is therefore a place of pilgrimage and people take the ill there for treatment.
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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