Related to Abhar city (located in Zanjan province)
This vicinity is within the limits of the eastern face of Garah Daq Mountains, in the rural area of Sajas, taking its source 30 km north east of Qeydar. In addition to smaller tributaries adjoining with, it flows eastwards and south east of Chaman Soltanieh. After gaining an increased flow of water in Zia Abad (Takestan) finally finds its way to the Hozeh Soltan Lake in Qom. Leisure spots with its natural beauty in this area are along the banks of the river.
Abhar or 'Abhar Chay' as is colloquially known is one of the most ancient regions of Iran. Existing evidences reveal that this area thrived and flourished in the 2nd millennium BC., the Medes were responsible for unifying various tribes then ...
Fahliyan River is formed by the adjoining of the "Shesh Peer" and "Rood Peer" Rivers and after passing the Qaleh Sefid Mount, enters the Fahlian Plain. This river irrigates ...MORE
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