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Tourist Attraction

Shoor River

in Laar city | Tehran province
Tourist Attraction

Shoor River

Related to Laar city (located in Tehran province)
This river is formed by the joining of some streams, which originate from the mountains of Siah, Malektir and Jam. The Shoor River after absorbing the water of Lar and Ali Abad plains and receiving a few other springs, leaves the Lar township.
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