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Tourist Attraction in Behbahan (city)
Tourist Attraction in Behbahan (city)
The Zohreh River is flown in the townships of Mamasani (Fars province), Behbahan, Gachsaran and Mah Shahr. Its length is 490 km. and its height from the source is 2,850 m. This river originates from northwest of Ardakan, and passing a long course, enters ...
Tourist Attraction in Kangan (city)
Tourist Attraction in Kangan (city)
This river takes its source from the heights south east of Kazeroon and south west of Shiraz, flowing into the Persian Gulf in the south of 'Bandar-e-Kangan.' The slope of this river is gradual and it enters Bushehr province from Kazeroon, after irrigating ...
Tourist Attraction in Saqez (city)
Tourist Attraction in Saqez (city)
This is the longest river in Kurdestan province and its main branches are the Gavrood and Qeshlaq Rivers. The Gaveh Rood takes its source from the Kan Kabood Mountains of Saqez and Qeshlaq River from the Peer Mahmood Mountains. Its different branches ...
Tourist Attraction in Boyer Ahmad (Yasooj) (city)
Tourist Attraction in Boyer Ahmad (Yasooj) (city)
This river originates from the south east of upper Boyer Ahmad as well as Ardakan and Mamasani Mountains in Fars Province and continues towards the north east of the lower part of Boyer Ahmad. The major sources of this river are Ganjoun, Tizab and Tang-e-Sorkh ...
Tourist Attraction in Boyer Ahmad (Yasooj) (city)
Tourist Attraction in Boyer Ahmad (Yasooj) (city)
Its river basin is to the west of Boyer Ahmad and in a part of the Doshman Ziyari region. The Loadab being the important branch of the Maroon River which after flowing through the above mentioned areas, ultimately flows through the extreme end of Kohkiluyeh ...
Tourist Attraction in Dashtestan (Burazjan) (city)
Tourist Attraction in Dashtestan (Burazjan) (city)
This palace is located south east of Burazjan and alongside the dry river of 'Aardi'. This palace was one of the most important bases of Iran on the coasts of the Persian Gulf during the Achaemenian era. According to the mode of architecture, it could ...
Tourist Attraction in Dashtestan (Burazjan) (city)
Tourist Attraction in Dashtestan (Burazjan) (city)
This river takes its source from the heights of Dasht-e-Arjan to the west of Shiraz, and after gaining water from the Sarkhoon and Shirin Rivers, adjoins Shapour River, finally flowing into the Persian Gulf. Dalky river, specially in the northern sector ...
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