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Lighvan Chay River
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Liqvan-Chay river forms its source in the northern slopes of the Sahand Mountains and after gaining water from a number of natural springs, turns into a large river.
Tourist Attraction

Liqvan Chay River

in Tabriz city | East Azerbaijan province
Tourist Attraction

Liqvan Chay River

Related to Tabriz city (located in East Azerbaijan province) and Bostan Abad city
Liqvan-Chay river forms its source in the northern slopes of the Sahand Mountains and after gaining water from a number of natural springs, turns into a large river. Fish such as speckled trout or 'Qizelalla' are present in these waters, the banks of this river provides leisure spots. One of the surprises of this area is that there is hot water in both sides of river, while among them a very cold and tasty Lighvan River passes. 
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Lighvan Chay River
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