Chaloos (Chalus) City

Chalus (Chaloos) is within the limits of the Caspian Sea to the north and to Tehran in the south, with suitable geographical conditions. Its main city is Chaloos, which is situated in the form of a crossroad and accounts for one of the ancient cities of the province and located in the central coastal plains of the Caspian Sea.

In the ancient times this city was called Saloos or Shahloos. Near this city were two other smaller cities by the names of Kabeereh and Kacheh. An historian writes that the ancient geographical scholars state that Chaloos was a part of Tabarestan. Mohammad Ebne Ovais, one of the commanders of the Arab caliphates, appointed his son Ahmad as ruler of Chaloos. During the invasion of Amir Teimoor, the city was turned to rubble and for centuries remained a tiny village.

At the beginning of 14th century AH., with government support it gradually developed, turning into a city. Today it is a beautiful city with a wide range of facilities for tourists.
Chalous Road
Valasht Lake near Chalous
Valasht Lake near Chalous
Chalous Road
Chalous Road
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Category: Lakes
Valasht Lake encompasses an area of about 15 hectares, and is located in a deep valley to the southwest of Chaloos and to the northeast of Kelar Dasht (Kelardasht) ...
Category: Forests
This area (Chalus Forests or Chaloos Forests) is close to the sea, with high plains, suitable regional conditions, verdant, with heights and valleys and dense forests, ...
Category: Mountains
The same forms natural borders between provinces of Mazandaran and Tehran. These mountains run in a west to east direction and envelops many peaks with elevations ...
Category: Rivers
This river takes its source in the Kandovan Mountains which is a part of the Alborz Mountain Range. After adjoining the Zanusi River and numerous other springs ...
In the Bandborideh Pass, a portrait of Naseredin Shah along with other engravings, have been etched on the skirts of the mountains overlooking the Haraz River. ...
Category: Waterfalls
This waterfall is located in the village by the same name near the Hezar Cham Gorge on Tehran - Chaloos Road. It has a height of more than 9 m. and is one of the ...
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