Talar River is 150km long and irrigates a plain called Shirgah at Mazandaran province. The Talar River (Talaar Rood) takes its source in the Savad Kooh mountains and along with many tributaries, after flowing through upper Qaem Shahr (Qaemshahr), flows into the Caspian Sea. Due to the meeting of the valley through which this river flows and the Firooz Kooh Road, a landscape of forest, valley and rice fields in the fringes forms a wonderful view.
The township of Qaem Shahr is located to the west of Sary and to its northern limits is the Caspian Sea. (Originally known as Aliyabad, the name Shaahi (Shāhi) was used until the Iranian Revolution in 1979 when the city acquired its current name.)
Fahliyan River is formed by the adjoining of the "Shesh Peer" and "Rood Peer" Rivers and after passing the Qaleh Sefid Mount, enters the Fahlian Plain. This river irrigates ...MORE
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