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Aras River

in Jolfa city | East Azarbaijan province
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Aras River

Related to Jolfa city (located in East Azarbaijan province)
This river is the most important and largest river in the northern section of the province of East Azarbayjan. The length of the said being 1,072 km. (This river is also known as Araz). The river flows near the common borders of Iran and the neighboring north-western section. Taking its source in the mountains of Goel Daq in Turkey, it joins the Kor River in the Republic of Azarbayjan and ultimately flows into the Caspian Sea.
Jolfa is in the northwest of East Azarbaijan Province (Azarbaijan Sharghi) and the Aras River flows through the north of which, near the borders of Iran and the Republic of Azarbayjan and Armenia. Jolfa being the capital city of the township, located ...
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