Tourist Attraction

Dodehak Village

in Delijan city | Markazi province
Tourist Attraction

Dodehak Village

Related to Delijan city (located in Markazi province)
The Dodehak Village is located 17 km. to the north west of Delijan. Being located in the foot hill region it experiences a dry moderate climate. There are two historical relics named as, the Shah Abbasi Bridge and the Shah Abbas Caravansary in this village. These two relics from the architectural point of view and antiquity are considered as the historical attractions of this province.
The township of Delijan is to the south east of MARKAZI province, and at an intersecting point. It is located en route the Esfahan - Tehran Road, and is 409 km. from Tehran. In the past Delijan was a very big city with four gates on four sides. It is said that it extended ...
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