Tourist attractions in QUCHAN (city)

More information about Hezar Masjed Mountains in Quchan
Hezar Masjed Mountains
in Quchan City
The direction of these ranges are from the north-west to the south-east and are a continuation of the Kapeh Daq and Balkhan Mountains situated in Tukemenistan. A part of the Hezar ... MORE
Hezar Masjed Mountains are a group of mountains that form the southeastern section of the Kopet-Dag Range. Located about 40 kilometres east of Quchan and 70 kilometres north of Mashhad in Razavi Khorasan Province in Iran.
More information about Qobad Cave in Quchan
Qobad Cave
in Quchan City
This limestone cave (Qobad Cave or Ghobaad Cave) consists of two branches and measures about 120 m. in length. One can get to this cave from the villages of Darbadan and Sheikh Kanloo ... MORE
This limestone cave (Qobad Cave or Ghobaad Cave) consists of two branches and measures about 120 m. in length. One can get to this cave from the villages of Darbadan and Sheikh Kanloo of Quchan.
More information about Tondureh National Park in Quchan
Tondureh National Park
in Quchan City
Located between the towns of Daregaz and Quchan, this park has an area of 57.000 hectares out of which 20,000 hectares can be claimed to be protected area. It is under interest due ... MORE
Located between the towns of Daregaz and Quchan, this park has an area of 57.000 hectares out of which 20,000 hectares can be claimed to be protected area. It is under interest due to rich natural resources and wildlife. This area is near the borders of the Republic of Turkemenistan.
More information about Kashaf Rood River in Quchan
Kashaf Rood River
in Quchan City
This river flows in the valley of Kashaf Rood. Its source is in the mountain ranges of Binalood and Hezar Masjed and Nayshabur. The river is 290 km. in length and after receiving some ... MORE
This river flows in the valley of Kashaf Rood. Its source is in the mountain ranges of Binalood and Hezar Masjed and Nayshabur. The river is 290 km. in length and after receiving some branches in Khatoon Bridge it joins with Harir Rood River and from now on with the name of Tajan it flows towards the ...
More information about Atrak Valley in Quchan
Atrak Valley
in Quchan City
It is in this valley that the Atrak River with the length of 600 km flows and is one of the most beautiful and greenest spots of the region and therefore enhances the attraction for ... MORE
It is in this valley that the Atrak River with the length of 600 km flows and is one of the most beautiful and greenest spots of the region and therefore enhances the attraction for visitors.
More information about Atrak River in Quchan
Atrak River
in Quchan City
This river originates from the Hezar Masjed, Aladaq and Binalood heights. The main tributary runs in this vicinity, and two other rivers such as "Shirin Chai" and "Soomobarakeh" feed ... MORE
This river originates from the Hezar Masjed, Aladaq and Binalood heights. The main tributary runs in this vicinity, and two other rivers such as "Shirin Chai" and "Soomobarakeh" feed the Atrak River and form a part of the borderline between Iran and the Republic of Turkemenistan before entering the ...
More information about Garmab Thermal Spring in Quchan
Garmab Thermal Spring
in Quchan City
This thermal spring lies between Shirvan and Quchan and is 5 km. north of the city of Shirvan. It is near the ruins of the old city where the tomb of Sultan Ebrahim exists. The minerals ... MORE
This thermal spring lies between Shirvan and Quchan and is 5 km. north of the city of Shirvan. It is near the ruins of the old city where the tomb of Sultan Ebrahim exists. The minerals contained in the said spring helps in curing gastronomic malfunctions.
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