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Gavkhouni Wetland
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Gavkhoony Wetlands

in Isfahan city | Esfahan province
Tourist Attraction

Gavkhoony Wetlands

Related to Isfahan city (located in Esfahan province)
Gavkhuni Wetland also known as Gav-khooni Wetland (Batlaagh-e Gaav Khooni) can be considered as one of the reputed wet lands in the central plateau of Iran. This vicinity covers an area of 476 sq. km. and is located 167 km. southeast of Esfahan. The same is 1,470 m. from sea level and the maximum depth of this wetland is 150 cm. This wetland has high biological resources, including other activities in regards to environment. The area also accounts as a refuge for immigrant birds, thereby adding to the tourist attractions.
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