Tourist Attraction

Ravansar Village

in Javan Rood city | Kermanshah province
Tourist Attraction

Ravansar Village

Related to Javan Rood city (located in Kermanshah province)
Ravansar is a district of Javan Rood and is located 22 km. southeast of it. It comprises of 3 villages, named as Hassan Abad, Badr and Dowlat Abad. These villages is the foothills have a temperate and semi- humid climate. The Ravansar and Garab Rivers cross the south and southwestern part of this area. The Houl Avar Mountains are in the north and Mahzand is in south east of Ravansar. The presence of rivers, wetlands, mountains, vegetation and wildlife are among the natural and noticeable elements of this zone. Two mosques besides places of pilgrimage such as "Oveis Qarani", "Sheikh Rasool", "Sheikh Nasra" and "Baba Jeiran" have doubled the attractive of this area. Historical relics such as embossed drawings and crypts related to the Sassanide period placed near a cemetery within the mountain with unique and interesting carvings, are considered as the other important monuments of this region.
The township of Javan Rood (Javanrud) is situated to the northwest of Kermanshah and from the north is limited to the Kurdestan province. It has temperate climate. Javan Rood is located (Also known as Javanrood) at a distance of 585 km. from Tehran. Hamdollah Mostowfi, ...
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