This river originates from springs and watersheds around Aseman village 35 kilometers of northwestern Ilam. It flows among the Qalajeh and Kotehpifak Mountains towards the southeast of the province. After irrigating many villages, it enters the southern valley of Kooh Piran and after joining the Chenarach River, the Chardavol River is formed. It is 50 kilometers long with verdant and beautiful banks.
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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