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Changuleh River
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Changuleh River

in Mehran city | Ilam province
Tourist Attraction

Changuleh River

Related to Mehran city (located in Ilam province)
Changuleh River (Changoleh or Changooleh) is formed after the confluence of Tang Khashoul and Tang Korto rivers 53 kilometers east of Mehran city in ILAM Province and flows southward. It enters Iraq 80 kilometers northwest of Dehloran and finally joins the Tigris River.
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Changuleh River
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Changuleh River
Located in the south of Ilam province, Mehran is at a distance of 791 kilometers from Tehran. Mehran has an arid and semi-arid climate. It is situated on the banks of Konjan Cham River close to the Iraq border. In the past Mehran was known as Mansour ...
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