The Khorheh (or Khurheh) Village is one of the archaic regions of the Markazi (Central) province, and is located at 31 km. to the north west of Delijan. The seasonal river of Khorheh flows near this village. The beautiful plain in the out skirt of the mountain looks like a green carpet of emerald. Two ranges of western and southern mountains surround the valley. The fertile plain and Khorheh Village are at the intersection of the mountains.
There is a temple from Seleucidian era in this village. Only the tall columns of the temple have been still remained which are national and internationally famous. These columns and the remains of the temple are among the oldest historic relics of Iran, and are the only remnants from the Seleucidian period.
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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