Related to Takab city (located in West Azarbaijan province)
This cave is near Takab, 40 km. from the ancient monument of Takht-e-Soleiman. It is 2950 m. above the sea level. This cave has come into existence by volcanic activity and in older times it had been used as a prison. In its vicinity there are some thermal springs. This natural conical shaped site is about 70 m. deep and its opening has a radius of 3 m.
The township of Takab is one of the historical sites of the province, well worth visiting. These historical relics are from the pre-Islamic period. The famous 'Takht-e-Soleiman' castle which is 45 km. northeast of Takab, is where the large fire-temple ...
This limestone cave (Qobad Cave or Ghobaad Cave) consists of two branches and measures about 120 m. in length. One can get to this cave from the villages of Darbadan and ...MORE
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