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Tourist Attraction in Lahijan (city)
Tourist Attraction in Lahijan (city)
The same takes its source in the southern heights of Lahijan. Its two branches adjoin about 7 km. away from its source, and from this point the river flows towards the west. After passing a large bend named 'Zaki Bar Roodkhan', it flows along the Astaneh ...
Tourist Attraction in Lordegan (city)
Tourist Attraction in Lordegan (city)
On the fringes of the Lordegan River lush rice fields come to view, specially in the months of spring and summer. Most of the rivers in the province of Chahar Mahal Va Bakhtiyari have a wide variety of fish the most important being the Siah Shakuli a ...
Tourist Attraction in Maku (city)
Tourist Attraction in Maku (city)
Aras, which in Azarbayjani language is called "Araz", is the most important river in northern Iran and Azarbayjan provinces. This river originates from the Goel Daq Mountain in Turkey and after joining the Kor River, it finally pours into the west end ...
Tourist Attraction in Mehran (city)
Tourist Attraction in Mehran (city)
Changuleh River (Changoleh or Changooleh) is formed after the confluence of Tang Khashoul and Tang Korto rivers 53 kilometers east of Mehran city in ILAM Province and flows southward. It enters Iraq 80 kilometers northwest of Dehloran and finally joins ...
Tourist Attraction in Neka (city)
Tourist Attraction in Neka (city)
The said takes its source in the Shah Kooh Mountains to the south of Gorgan, and west of Mazandaran. After flowing through the pass of Shamshir Bor, it flows into the Caspian Sea in the vicinity of Nowzar Abad. At first the course that this river flows ...
Tourist Attraction in Shahr-e Kord (city)
Tourist Attraction in Shahr-e Kord (city)
The western and south western jurisdictions of the province consists of Lordegan, Khan Mirza, Felard, and southern Bazoft. It is through these regions that the various branches of the Karoon River flows. Hence providing recreational areas, due to certain ...
Tourist Attraction in Mobarakeh (city)
Tourist Attraction in Mobarakeh (city)
This river originates from Kaloon Bastak Mountains where rain and snowfalls are in plentiful. These mountains are to the east and north east of the province and at an attitude of 3000 m. A dam has also been constructed on this river. This area provides ...
Tourist Attraction in Laar (city)
Tourist Attraction in Laar (city)
This river is formed by the joining of some streams, which originate from the mountains of Siah, Malektir and Jam. The Shoor River after absorbing the water of Lar and Ali Abad plains and receiving a few other springs, leaves the Lar township.
Tourist Attraction in Qom (city)
Tourist Attraction in Qom (city)
The said river takes its source in the Zard Kooh of Bakhtiyari, and after following a long course, flows into the Salt lake. This river was primarily known as 'Darband'. In the vicinity of 'Akhteh Khoon', to the south west of Golpayegan, a dam has been ...
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, ...
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