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Bahmaei Village

in Dehdasht city | Kohgiluyeh va Boyer-Ahmad province
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Bahmaei Village

Related to Dehdasht city (located in Kohgiluyeh va Boyer-Ahmad province)
The Bahmaei sector with its center as Kilak comprises of two small villages by the names of "frontier Bahmaei" and "tropical Bahmaei". The Lirab and Sidoon Rivers (that join together forming the Aiyla River), are flowing in this section and enter Jarahi River ultimately. Various springs are present in this area and grant an outstanding view to this region. Bahmaei is surrounded by several mountains of which the most important ones to be mentioned are Siyah Kooh and Sefid Kooh with a height of 3,124 meters. Bahmaei has a temperate and dry climate. Tang-e-Sorook is one of the most natural and attractive areas of this village.
Dehdasht City in Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad Province is limited in the north by Baq-e-Malek, Eazeh (Khuzestan province) and Lordegan (Chahar Mahal Va Bakhtiyari province) and in the south by Gachsaran, in the west are the cities of Behbahan and Ramhormoz (Khuzestan province) ...
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