Tourist Attraction

Dolf Abad Archaeological City

in Arak city | Markazi province
Tourist Attraction

Dolf Abad Archaeological City

Related to Arak city (located in Markazi province)
Within 22 km. to the north of Arak (district of Tehran), the remnants of an underground city called Dolf Abad can be observed. The ruins indicate that this was a thriving city in the past.
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