Tourist Attraction

Dalakhani Mountain

in Sonqor city | Kermanshah province
Tourist Attraction

Dalakhani Mountain

Related to Sonqor city (located in Kermanshah province)
The Dalakhani Mountain is located 10 km. south of Sonqor and is about 3,350 m. height. The Dinvar and Kangar Shah Rivers originate here. This mountain is one of the highest mountains of the Zagross, and is linked to the Souvil Mountains from the south.
Sonqor
The capital city of Sonqor County in Kermanshah Province located about 90 kilometers from Kermanshah, and consists of two valleys; that of Gavehrud and Shajarud.
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