The Kangakoosh River is within the limits of Naft Shahr and Qasr-e-Shirin and flows upto Iran - Iraq border. It is 60 km. in length. This river originates from watersheds of the Bandmian and Darblouie Mountains (7 km. southwest of Gilan Qarb), after passing the Vijnan Village, it enters Naft Shahr. In this region it changes its course and runs southwest. After passing Naft Shahr, it goes west and enters the Iran - Iraq border. In this area it adjoins the Koneh Kabood River and flows as a frontier river till 8.5 km. southwest of Naft Shahr and then enters into Iraq and dispenses in the Mendeli plain.
Qasr-e-Shirin (Ghasr-e Shirin) lies at a distance of 692 km. from Tehran, and is located to the northwest of Kermanshah. The climate of this city is warm and from this point of view it is distinctive from the other townships of the province.
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