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Sarab Kangavar River

in Kangavar city | Kermanshah province
Tourist Attraction

Sarab Kangavar River

Related to Kangavar city (located in Kermanshah province)
The Sarab Kangavar River is 40 km. in length and takes its source from eastern slopes of the Amrouleh Mountains which is at a 75 km. distance northeast of Kermanshah. After passing the Hezar Khan Sarab, Khoram Abad Villages and… adjoins several tributaries from west Kangavar, forming the Khoram Rood River. The same after passing various villages joins the Qarah Chay and Gamasiyab Rivers. The surroundings of this river have recreational values.
Kangavar is located to the east of Kermanshah province and near the province of Hamadan. The same has a temperate mountainous climate. It is one of the historical towns of the country due to the Anahita Temple. This city was flourishing till the Sassanide ...
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