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Oskoo Chay River

in Tabriz city | East Azarbaijan province
Tourist Attraction

Oskoo Chay River

Related to Tabriz city (located in East Azarbaijan province)
This river takes its source in the northern sector of Soltan Daq in the mountainous region of Sahand Mountains. In its course it flows through a number of villages of which the picturesque villages of Kandowan and Kohanmoo are worth mentioning. Finally flowing into the Lake Orumieh. Areas surrounding the river provide places for recreation.
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