Sorkheh Reservoir is one of a series of aqueducts located in the northwest of Sorkheh city. The waters of the Shorub River are flowing along the same way as the gypsum slurry. At the edges of the river, a thick layer of salt deposits has produced a smooth, polished and white surface.
Shoorab river flows south to the north after passing through the arena of this desert to the central desert of Iran. The water of this spring is dipped in salt domes and people bathe for use in holes surrounded by thick layers of salt.