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  • Khiayo River

    Khyuchai or Khayo-Khachi is one of the important streets of the Ghareh Sou river in Meshkin Shahr.

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  • Ghalghanloo River

    Qalghanloo Lake, located in Ardebil province, is a 5,000-square-mile lake located in the eastern part of Khan Kandy village, in the warm city of Moghan, Ardebil province.

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  • Cheshmeh-Ali

    Cheshmeh-Ali ("Spring of Ali") is an ancient recreational place, located in the south of Tehran and north of Rey.

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  • Kan Creek

    Kan Creeks primary source is from the west of Tochal. The creek navigates downstream to Kan village and Metropolitan Tehran passing by Eram Park and Azadi Sport Complex until reaching the southern outskirts of Tehran where the stream dries.

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  • Cheshmeh A‘la Spring

    Cheshmeh A‘la is a mineral spring located about 4 km north of the city of Damavand, Iran.

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  • Kan Creek

    Kan Creeks primary source is from the west of Tochal. The creek navigates downstream to Kan village and Metropolitan Tehran passing by Eram Park and Azadi Sport Complex until reaching the southern outskirts of Tehran where the stream dries.

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  • Cheshmeh-Ali

    Cheshmeh-Ali ("Spring of Ali") is an ancient recreational place, located in the south of Tehran and north of Rey.

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  • Cheshmeh A‘la Spring

    Cheshmeh A‘la is a mineral spring located about 4 km north of the city of Damavand, Iran.

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  • Khiayo River

    Khyuchai or Khayo-Khachi is one of the important streets of the Ghareh Sou river in Meshkin Shahr.

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  • Ghalghanloo River

    Qalghanloo Lake, located in Ardebil province, is a 5,000-square-mile lake located in the eastern part of Khan Kandy village, in the warm city of Moghan, Ardebil province.

    0 Comments 0 Visits

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