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Tourist attractions in SAQEZ (city)

Karafto Caves (Karaftou Historical Caves) is located in a castle by the same name between Divandareh and Saqez, 20 km. north of this route in Kurdestan Province. This relic accounts ... MORE
Karafto Caves (Karaftou Historical Caves) is located in a castle by the same name between Divandareh and Saqez, 20 km. north of this route in Kurdestan Province. This relic accounts for being a reputed and important one in the province of Kurdestan. The cave structure is related to the Parthian era ...
More information about Saqez Plains in Saqez
Saqez Plains
in Saqez City
In the limits of the township of Saqez, there are several plains, of which the most important are the Saheb, Qeh la Koon, Leh Garmee and Kool Tappeh. The same covers about 700 hectares ... MORE
In the limits of the township of Saqez, there are several plains, of which the most important are the Saheb, Qeh la Koon, Leh Garmee and Kool Tappeh. The same covers about 700 hectares of this township and is 1,650 m. above sea level n an average. Some of these plains in the spring and summer seasons ...
More information about Zevieh Castle in Saqez
Zevieh Castle
in Saqez City
This castle is located 42 km. north east of Saqez, and to the west of the Karaftoo Village and in an ancient region. It was just by chance discovered in 1947. Articles found in this ... MORE
This castle is located 42 km. north east of Saqez, and to the west of the Karaftoo Village and in an ancient region. It was just by chance discovered in 1947. Articles found in this castle, reveal the progressive civilization of this region. One of the most famous discoveries is big gold necklace with ...
The said hill was originally a castle, located 42 km. northeast of Saqez. In 1946 Ayub Ranbu obtained legal permission for archaeological activities in the vicinity of Zivieh. During ... MORE
The said hill was originally a castle, located 42 km. northeast of Saqez. In 1946 Ayub Ranbu obtained legal permission for archaeological activities in the vicinity of Zivieh. During these excavations which prolonged over a period of 12 years, in addition to 6 tombs related to the sovereigns and commanders ...
More information about Chehel Cheshmeh Mountain in Saqez
Chehel Cheshmeh Mountain
in Saqez City
This mountain is the highest in the north of the Zagross Mountain Ranges. Being 3,173 m. in height and located 53 km. southeast of Saqez. The Shoorqi, Chehel Cheshmeh, Kalleh Bad and ... MORE
This mountain is the highest in the north of the Zagross Mountain Ranges. Being 3,173 m. in height and located 53 km. southeast of Saqez. The Shoorqi, Chehel Cheshmeh, Kalleh Bad and Cham Jaqtoo Rivers acquire their sources from these altitudes. Also great number of rivers, gushing out from slopes of ...
More information about Saqez Region Forests in Saqez
Saqez Region Forests
in Saqez City
The area of the forests of Saqez is about 7,000 hectares. The same is located between Bukan and Saqez, on the skirts of the steep slopes, along the north-south route. This area is ... MORE
The area of the forests of Saqez is about 7,000 hectares. The same is located between Bukan and Saqez, on the skirts of the steep slopes, along the north-south route. This area is suitable for producing types of fast growing trees, which attracts attention from the recreational point of view.
More information about Sefid Rood River in Saqez
Sefid Rood River
in Saqez City
The length of the same is less than Zarrineh Rood River and so is its water capacity. This river is well known as "Tatahoo" in Saqez taking its source from the Mangoor and Tarjan altitudes ... MORE
The length of the same is less than Zarrineh Rood River and so is its water capacity. This river is well known as "Tatahoo" in Saqez taking its source from the Mangoor and Tarjan altitudes and finally flowing into the Orumieh Lake. The Chamkhaneh and Savojbolaq Rivers are the most important tributaries ...
More information about Sirvan River in Saqez
Sirvan River
in Saqez City
This is the longest river in Kurdestan province and its main branches are the Gavrood and Qeshlaq Rivers. The Gaveh Rood takes its source from the Kan Kabood Mountains of Saqez and ... MORE
This is the longest river in Kurdestan province and its main branches are the Gavrood and Qeshlaq Rivers. The Gaveh Rood takes its source from the Kan Kabood Mountains of Saqez and Qeshlaq River from the Peer Mahmood Mountains. Its different branches just like the main venal system, from a deep valley ...
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