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Gamasiyab Rood River

in Nahavand city | Hamadan province
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Gamasiyab Rood River

Related to Nahavand city (located in Hamadan province)
The river originates from the south eastern heights of the Gerou Mountains. In its route it joins up to the springs and other smaller rivers. After irrigating the plains of Nahavand it flows towards the north west. After adjoining with the Qarah Soo River, in the south east of Kermanshah, it flows south. Together with the Karkheh River in the plains of Khuzestan, continues on its course. The Gamasiyab Rood River is the largest river of the province.
Nahavand (Formerly known as Mah-Nahavand) is one of the southern townships of Hamadan province, with a temperate mountainous climate and heavy rainfall during the spring. The city of Nahavand lies 152 km. south of Hamadan, and about 460 km. from Tehran. ...
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