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Tourist Attraction in Orumieh (city)
Tourist Attraction in Orumieh (city)
The province of West Azarbayjan has the largest lake of Iran in its territory, known as Lake Orumieh. This lake is at an altitude of 1,267 m. from the sea level, with a length of 130-140 km, the width being approximately 15-50 km. and at an average depth ...
Tourist Attraction in Orumieh (city)
Tourist Attraction in Orumieh (city)
Urmia ancient bazaar has an old and new texture present in the southeast corner of the city. The major construction is of brick work. Inspite of diversity of architecture of domes, ceilings and springs which was due to construction of any part in different ...
Tourist Attraction in Orumieh (city)
Tourist Attraction in Orumieh (city)
The mosque in Iran's northwestern city of Oroumiyeh (also Urmiye) was constructed in Qajar era (1785-1925) by Abdol Samad Khan, forefather of Azim al-Saltaneh Sardar.
Tourist Attraction in Orumieh (city)
Tourist Attraction in Orumieh (city)
St. Mary Church (Also known as Naneh Maryam Church) is an ancient Assyrian church located in the city of Urmia (Orumieh). It is considered by some historians to be the second oldest church in Christendom after the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem ...
Tourist Attraction in Orumieh (city)
Tourist Attraction in Orumieh (city)
Kaboodan Island (Qoyundağı adası or Quyun Daqi Island) is the largest islands of the lake Orumieh (Urmia Lake), located to the east of which and covering an area of about 3,175 hectares. Its vegetation being generally short scrubs and a variety of trees ...
Tourist Attraction in Orumieh (city)
Tourist Attraction in Orumieh (city)
Maar-Sargiz Historical Church (Marserkis, Marsarkis Church, Sir Church) is located on the hillside of Ser/Sir Mountain (12 km West of the city of Orumiyeh / Urmia) and the village is located in the foothills of the same name. This church was built under ...
Tourist Attraction in Miandoab (city)
Tourist Attraction in Miandoab (city)
Simineh River (Simineh Rud, Tatavi Chay, Tatahu Chay) originates from the summits around Saqez south of Lake Orumieh (Urmieh Lake). The main branch of which, Shetaveh Rood is to the southwest of Dehshahr Kandi. After flowing across Bukan, western Miandoab, ...
Tourist Attraction in Orumieh (city)
Tourist Attraction in Orumieh (city)
This church is situated in a garden in an old locality of the city in Janveslu Village near Urmia (at south-west of Urmia City). The construction of which dates back to the 7th century AD. and the end of the Sassanian Dynasty. This 4 square metres church ...
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