Tourist Attraction

Pol Rood River

in Lahijan city | Gilan province
Tourist Attraction

Pol Rood River

Related to Lahijan city (located in Gilan province)
This is the largest river in the east of Gilan with a watershed covering an area of 1,725 sq. km. The 'Chak Rood' is one of the biggest branches flowing through the western areas of 'Kalishan' and 'Moosa Kalayeh', opposite Rostam Abad along the course of the Sefid Rood. Its other tributary is 'Gol Rood'which takes its source in Ashkoorat.
Lahijan in Gilan Province sits on the northern slopes of the Alborz mountain range in the midst of the lush tea fields of northern Iran.
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