The Saolak Gorge lies in the central portion of the Masjed Soleiman township. In this gorge there are drawings of a goddess or a Magus (Magi), in front of whom fifteen people lined up in two rows. They have conical caps with abundant hair. There is also another drawing in this vicinity depicting a rider armed with a bow and arrow, and battling against a beast resembling a bear. This effect is related to the Parthian period.
Masjed Soleyman is situated to the north of the province, and has common borders with Esfahan and Chahar Mahal Va Bakhtiyari provinces. It accounts for being an important area as the 'winter residing quarter' for the Bakhtiyari tribes. This township ...
To get to the natural areas of the silent valley in Hormuz, you have to walk a few hundred yards to enjoy the salt landscape in this valley, reach the rocky wall at the end ...MORE
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