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Dehloran City

Dehloran
Dehloran is located in the south of ILAM province 910 kilometers from Tehran enjoying an arid and semi-arid climate. It is situated on the southern slope of Dinarkooh. In past, it was known as "the village of Lurs".

The remains of historical monuments and discovered vestiges indicate that the antiquity of the region dates back to the pre-historic and Sassanide periods. Dehloran has not developed due to water shortage.

The city was severely damaged in the imposed Iraq war. But now it is reconstructed and is paid due attention. This area is known for its oil fields with a long history of exploitation.
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Dehloran
Ilami Kurdish Traditional Dress - Dehloran
Hot Springs in Dehloran
Winter in Dehloran
Abu-Ghuyer desert near Dehloran
Dehloran
Abu-Ghuyer desert near Dehloran
Sartaf Waterfall - Dehloran
Siahkooh Dehloran
Abu-Ghuyer desert near Dehloran
Abu-Ghuyer desert near Dehloran
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EXPLORE ATTRACTIONS IN Dehloran
Category: Springs
This thermal spring is located 3 kilometers from Dehloran with sulphurous water. It is also used by local people as well as tourists. MORE
The Shayakh Castle (or the ancient city of Shayakh) is located on a hill between two rivers in a valley. It belongs to the Sassanide period and the ruins of its towers, food ... MORE
Category: Mausoleums, Shrines
Other Imamzadehs of the province are: Seyed Akbar 10 kilometers far from Dehloran, Seyed Hassan on the Mehran - Dehloran Road, Seyed Ebrahim Qatal Pilgrimage site on the ... MORE
Category: Caves
This cave is located 3 kilometers northeast of Dehloran on the outskirts of a mountain overlooking the valley and thermal springs of Dehloran. It is the habitat of thousands ... MORE
Category: Ancient Cities
The ruins of this city are located in the banks of Cham Zangi river close to Bardi village. According to archaeological studies, its antiquity dates back to the pre-historic ... MORE
Category: Valleys
There are several remains of historical monuments including Shiaq (Shiakh) Castle and ruins of the city of Samaria. Its antiquity is estimated to the pre-historic period. MORE
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