Dehnamak cistern in the village of Dehnamak and next to the caravansary of Shah Abbasi is located in this village. This reservoir is attributed to the Qajar period and has a split, tank and dome cover made of staircase.
This cistern has also a chimney. Similar to most reservoirs of water reservoirs, the area is based on a circle with an external diameter of about 10.5 meters and a depth of about 8.5 meters from the ground.
This cistern has a dome covering on the tank, its outer surface is staggered, the main materials used are bricks and mortars, and it has been used with mattress ornaments; in the construction of the reservoir, rock materials and lime stone have been used. It should be noted that there are two ways of accessing one in the east and one in the west.
cistern Historical of Dehnamak villages are composed of four basic elements, one of which is a cylindrical drainage (water storage site) created in the earth's crust, running water from the highland ridge above the village over the village, and the other is the dome - A hemisphere-like coating on the fence to protect water from environmental pollution and keep it cool, as well as a splash-staircase aisle to remove water from the outside as well as a winder-a device to guide the flow of air into the water to prevent water corruption.