The civilization of this area dates back to the 4 millennium BC. This spring is in north of Ebne Babvaih and to the west of cement factory of Ray. Overlooking the said spring is a relatively large stone tablet on which the profile of Fathali Shah and a few Qajar princes have been engraved.
Ray is one of the oldest cities of Iran. About 300 BC, one of the successors of Alexander (Solukus) named Ray as "Oriyoos". Thereafter the Parthians named the same "Arsakia" and "Arshakiyeh". During the reign of the Sassanids ‘Ray’ found its current ...
This mineral water spring is located north of the village of Aab Ali, 60 km north east of Tehran and at a vicinity near Mobarak Abad River banks. The mineral water of this ...MORE
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