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Tourist attractions in AHAR (city)

More information about Poshtoo Castle in Ahar
Poshtoo Castle
in Ahar City
Pashtoo castle (or Pashtu Castle) (179 km from Tabriz city) is one of the most important and valuable historical monuments of Ahar. Located on a high mountain 3,000 m. in altitude, ... MORE
Pashtoo castle is one of the most valuable and the most interesting monuments of the Ahar town is Horand castle, or Poshtab which has been on the highest mountain between the Poshtab and Kovjan villages.
More information about Avarsian Castle in Ahar
Avarsian Castle
in Ahar City
Located 11 km. on the Ahar - Kalibar Road and is one of the evidences from the Sassanian era. MORE
Located 11 km. on the Ahar - Kalibar Road and is one of the evidences from the Sassanian era.
More information about Arasbaran Forests in Ahar
Arasbaran Forests
in Ahar City
Being a Biosphere Reserve, these beautiful forests in the northwest of the province are considered the last habitats of the Caucasian black Grouse and other important wildlife. Arasbaran ... MORE
Being a Biosphere Reserve, these beautiful forests in the northwest of the province are considered the last habitats of the Caucasian black Grouse and other important wildlife. Arasbaran can be reached through the small town of Ahar and a good quality paved road. The Babak Fort along with the forest ...
The tomb of this great and famous Gnostic of the 7th and 8th century AH. is located in downtown of Ahar and has several sections. MORE
The tomb of this great and famous Gnostic of the 7th and 8th century AH. is located in downtown of Ahar and has several sections.
The pass of Goijeh Boel is one of the most beautiful vicinities in Azarbayjan, 24 km. of Ahar. In this area two caravansaries or inns can be noted, built of stone and the type of architecture ... MORE
The pass of Goijeh Boel is one of the most beautiful vicinities in Azarbayjan, 24 km. of Ahar. In this area two caravansaries or inns can be noted, built of stone and the type of architecture shows that both were constructed simultaneously during the Safavid era.
More information about Ahar Bazaar in Ahar
Ahar Bazaar
in Ahar City
The ancient Bazaar of Ahar, is adorned in a spectacular fashion, with specific plaster moldings and unique oriental design. The bazaar is composed of various sections and has been ... MORE
The ancient Bazaar of Ahar, is adorned in a spectacular fashion, with specific plaster moldings and unique oriental design. The bazaar is composed of various sections and has been repaired during the Qajar period.
More information about Joeshoon Castle in Ahar
Joeshoon Castle
in Ahar City
Located on a height, 26 km. west of Varzegan, this castle belongs to pre-Islamic period and was also utilized after Islam. MORE
Located on a height, 26 km. west of Varzegan, this castle belongs to pre-Islamic period and was also utilized after Islam.
More information about Nodooz Castle in Ahar
Nodooz Castle
in Ahar City
This castle is located 25 km. southeast of Ahar at a height region, dating back to the Sassanian period. It is built of stone, brick and gypsum, having a tall tower. MORE
This castle is located 25 km. southeast of Ahar at a height region, dating back to the Sassanian period. It is built of stone, brick and gypsum, having a tall tower.
Qobol Darahsi has been located at one km. from Chonab Village of Hourand, opposite the Hashtsar Mountain. It is narrated that this place was the main residential place of Babak Khorram ... MORE
Qobol Darahsi has been located at one km. from Chonab Village of Hourand, opposite the Hashtsar Mountain. It is narrated that this place was the main residential place of Babak Khorram Din. Considering the versatile natural, historical and environmental aspects, visiting this area would be an unforgetful ...
More information about Saqandel Inscription in Ahar
Saqandel Inscription
in Ahar City
This engraving is in the Zaqi mountains, 2 km. east of Varezgan (Ahar). The length of this engraving being 115 cm and the width 47 cm having 10 lines inscribed on it. This inscription ... MORE
This engraving is in the Zaqi mountains, 2 km. east of Varezgan (Ahar). The length of this engraving being 115 cm and the width 47 cm having 10 lines inscribed on it. This inscription is related to Saardoo II, son of 'Argishti I (330-750 BC). It narrates the historical fact that after an attack to the ...
More information about Shisheh Inscription in Ahar
Shisheh Inscription
in Ahar City
This is the third recognized engraving of Orartooie', and is in East Azarbayjan in a village with the same name. This is also in the Cuneiform script and in the Orartooie language ... MORE
This is the third recognized engraving of Orartooie', and is in East Azarbayjan in a village with the same name. This is also in the Cuneiform script and in the Orartooie language dating back to Argishti period, son of Russai the sixth commander of 'Orartooie ' in the years 680-713 BC.
More information about Ahar Jame' Mosque in Ahar
Ahar Jame' Mosque
in Ahar City
The said mosque, dates back to the Saljuqi and Atabakan periods and is an excellent and interesting piece of architecture. In the inscriptions here the date (1052 AH) can be noted. MORE
The said mosque, dates back to the Saljuqi and Atabakan periods and is an excellent and interesting piece of architecture. In the inscriptions here the date (1052 AH) can be noted.
It is the continuation of Caucasian mountains that is separated by Aras river ant its valley. It has and area of 9,500 square kilometers with a summit of 2,946 m. high. MORE
It is the continuation of Caucasian mountains that is separated by Aras river ant its valley. It has and area of 9,500 square kilometers with a summit of 2,946 m. high.
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