: Terran has appeared in a conglomerate mountain, where the rock of the same grains is formed due to its dissolution in acidified water, formed into seams and faults, the largest component of the rocks, a kind of calcareous mortar in blue. Its caves are entirely milky and seem to have been made at another place and are glued to the current places. The existence of these caves represents the birth of the cave after the birth of the main caves. Another feature of the cave is that it is probably one of the longest caves in Iran that has never been visited by Iranian climbers. The cave of the Trang Cave has so far been that the Anahita Creek is the end of the cave, but by closing the outlet of the creek through tight metallic gates and using the right boats and other appliances, the great blue cave is undoubtedly a great way for everyone, especially climbers, Will open.
The cave consists of a number of narrow corridors, wells, and modular halls, all of which are located under the main fault, and most of the spaces are located in the same direction and below each other. The sequence of spaces is such that, passing through a hallway, a few meters from the mouth to the well, whose rod is miles and tilt of about 75 degrees. The well leads to a hole where a head passes to the bottom of the cave, and after several meters of wells another mile is about 7 meters deep, the end of which is closed. The roof of this well has been the home of bats in the past. The villagers brought out the masses that had been pulled out of the grapes, which were used as a rich fertilizer in agriculture. The same corridor passes in the opposite direction to the outside of the cave, which then reaches the second well to the second well after a few meters with a gradient of 80 degrees. At the end of the second well, the hallway is about 2 meters long, which leads to a gap of about 70 cm, and underneath it an abyss is located at a depth of 8 meters. This gap is the roof of the hall below it. Kermani climbers called this section, and its slot called "rippled stomach." To reach the end of the abyss, a metal and sturdy metal staircase, measuring about 8 meters in length, has been installed at the site of dandruff. The length and width of the hall is 7 × 15 m and its height is about 8 meters. Two corridors are located at the ends of the abdominal hall, one of which ends in an air well, and the other ends, and reaches the small hall, the habitat of the bats. Then the other wells are located on the way through which we first get to the abstract box, the roof of the abstract board is covered with dull, rippled faces and there are a few abstract on the floor. At the bottom of the abstract hall, there are two wells, both of which are halls filled with water from the cave. Passing from the front of the abstract hall, the most important part of the cave, called the Angel of Water and Fertility and Piety in ancient Iranian culture, is called Anahita. The Anahita Hall consists of three parts:
1. The dry section that reaches the edge of the water with an abyss at a depth of 5 meters
2. To the left, the pit is full of water and the pit of Anahita;
3. The right hall where the Anahita creek goes out to the right and enters the corridor or hall on the left.