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Tourist attractions in TALESH (HASHTPAR) (city)

More information about Salsaal Lisar Castle in Talesh (Hashtpar)
Salsaal Lisar Castle
in Talesh (Hashtpar) City
Salsaal Castle (Salsaal-Lisar Castle) located on a hill in the Hareh Dasht region, 18 km. from Talesh. It is constructed of stone, mortar, a kind of white mortar and brick. This magnificent ... MORE
Salsaal Castle (Salsaal-Lisar Castle) located on a hill in the Hareh Dasht region, 18 km. from Talesh. It is constructed of stone, mortar, a kind of white mortar and brick. This magnificent structure is relevant to the Saljuqi period. It comprises of an alcove, sentry picket, water reservoir and stable. ...
More information about Espeyeh Mosque (Espi mazget) in Talesh (Hashtpar)
Espeyeh Mosque (Espi mazget)
in Talesh (Hashtpar) City
Espeyeh Mosque (Masjed-e Sefid or White Mosque) is situated near the Dinachal Village (Near Talesh in Gilan Province) and amongst its remains are the signs of plaster work and an inscription ... MORE
Espeyeh Mosque (Masjed-e Sefid or White Mosque) is situated near the Dinachal Village (Near Talesh in Gilan Province) and amongst its remains are the signs of plaster work and an inscription in the Kufic script revealing its long history. The Espeyeh Mosque is the oldest in Gilan, and due to the passage ...
More information about Shafa Rood River in Talesh (Hashtpar)
Shafa Rood River
in Talesh (Hashtpar) City
Shafarood (Shafa Rud) is the second largest river in Talesh. Its important tributaries adjoin the main stream along its course. Here it is accompanied by several small streams on a ... MORE
Shafarood (Shafa Rud) is the second largest river in Talesh. Its important tributaries adjoin the main stream along its course. Here it is accompanied by several small streams on a steep slope, flowing into the plains of the 'Poonal' region. Shafarood is also a village in Gil Dulab Rural District, ...
More information about Western Mountains in Talesh (Hashtpar)
Western Mountains
in Talesh (Hashtpar) City
Extending from the Astara river valley to the Manjil gorge, the western mountain ranges of Gilan encompass the heights of Talesh, Masooleh and Poshtkooh. The steep eastern slopes, ... MORE
Extending from the Astara river valley to the Manjil gorge, the western mountain ranges of Gilan encompass the heights of Talesh, Masooleh and Poshtkooh. The steep eastern slopes, covered with forests, overlook the Gilan plains and the Caspian Sea. The mountains form a barrier between the Caspian Sea ...
More information about Gorgan Rood River in Talesh (Hashtpar)
Gorgan Rood River
in Talesh (Hashtpar) City
This is the largest river in the west or the Talesh region. Its northern branch flows at an altituude of 2,000 m. and its mid-branch at an altitude of 3,000 m. These branches adjoin ... MORE
This is the largest river in the west or the Talesh region. Its northern branch flows at an altituude of 2,000 m. and its mid-branch at an altitude of 3,000 m. These branches adjoin at an elevation of approximately 350 m. Its water shed has a gentle slope. This river passes through the city of 'Hashtpar' ...
More information about Zarqamol Saltaneh Summer Residing Palace in Talesh (Hashtpar)
Zarqamol Saltaneh Summer Residing Palace
in Talesh (Hashtpar) City
These palaces are located in the villages of 'Maryan' and 'Aqaloo'. Zarqamol Saltaneh was one of the rulers of 'Gorgan Rood'. Each of these palaces are composed of three divisions ... MORE
These palaces are located in the villages of 'Maryan' and 'Aqaloo'. Zarqamol Saltaneh was one of the rulers of 'Gorgan Rood'. Each of these palaces are composed of three divisions named as, the noble class, the barracks and the stables. The above mentioned palaces were set ablaze during the Constitutional ...
More information about Zarqamol Saltaneh Winter Residing Palace in Talesh (Hashtpar)
Zarqamol Saltaneh Winter Residing Palace
in Talesh (Hashtpar) City
This palace is situated in the city of Hashtpar and has an architectural combination of the traditional Iranian and western styles. It dates back to the Qajar period and has a gable ... MORE
This palace is situated in the city of Hashtpar and has an architectural combination of the traditional Iranian and western styles. It dates back to the Qajar period and has a gable roof. The structure has eight doors, thereby the name of the city 'Hashtbar'. Which later came to be known as 'Hashtpar' ...
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