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Iran’s Beauties in Photos: Bahmanshir River

Iran’s Beauties in Photos: Bahmanshir River

After reaching the city of Khorramshar, Karun River is divided into two estuaries: one pouring into Arvand and then the Persian Gulf and the other one pouring into Bahmanshir.

in local language meaning river), Bahmanshir has a 900-metre length connecting Karun to the Persian Gulf.

The two sides of Bahmanshir River are covered with green plants which are known for their fruitful palm trees.

Over the past years, due to the unscientific construction of dams as well as drought and traditional agriculture, the river has faced a lot of problems, losing most of its water.

Without the Bahmanshir, the waters of the Karun — like those of the Tigris and the Euphrates – would largely flow into the vast marshlands of southern Mesopotamia that included the entire southern half of the Khuzestan as well – leaving no navigable course to exist.

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Last Updated ( Monday, 23 April 2018 13:56 )

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Iran’s Beauties in Photos: Bam Citadel

Iran’s Beauties in Photos: Bam Citadel

The historic building with an approximate area of 200,000 square metres has been listed by UNESCO as part of the World Heritage Site “Bam and Its Cultural Landscape”.

The ...

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The Lariha House: One of the Best Preserved Qajar Era Houses in Yazd City

The Lariha House: One of the Best Preserved Qajar Era Houses in Yazd CityTEHRAN (Tasnim) - This is one of the best-preserved Qajar-era houses, located in the Fahadan neighborhood in Yazd, which belonged to Haj Muhammad Ibrahim Lari and was bui...
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Iran’s Beauties in Photos: Khuzestan’s Nature

Iran’s Beauties in Photos: Khuzestan’s Nature

In addition to pleasant air, there are a lot of ancient relics and natural beauties like dams, lagoons and big rivers in the province.

Natural beauties of Khuzestan provin...

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Fath Abad Garden: One of the Most Beautiful Gardens in Iran

Fath Abad Garden: One of the Most Beautiful Gardens in IranTEHRAN (Tasnim) - Fathabad garden is located about 25km outside Iran's southeastern city of Kerman. According to historians, this pattern has been used to constructing Sh...
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Plane Carrying First Group of Brazilian Tourists Lands in Iran

The passengers including 62 tourists and 14 crew members have earlier traveled to Japan, China and India before arriving in Iran and will head to Italy and Morocco after ...

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Gilan Rural Heritage Museum: A Museum in Saravan Forest Park

Gilan Rural Heritage Museum: A Museum in Saravan Forest ParkTEHRAN (Tasnim) - The visitors of the Rural Museum are plunged into a genuine world of customs and traditions and have the opportunity to watch and explore rural living e...
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Persian Architecture in Photos: Bazaar of Qom

Persian Architecture in Photos: Bazaar of Qom

The bazaar of Qom was first built in a linear form running from the old square to the bridge of Alikhani, but at the moment it comprises of two sectors – the old and new ...

Last Updated ( Friday, 20 April 2018 09:22 )

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Iran’s Beauties in Photos: Historic Port of Kong

Iran’s Beauties in Photos: Historic Port of Kong

At a 2006 census, its population was 14,881, in 2,908 families. Kong residents speak and write in Arabic, and many of them can also speak Persian.

The city has in the past...

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Abgoosht: One of the Most Traditional Foods of Iran

Abgoosht: One of the Most Traditional Foods of IranTEHRAN (Tasnim) - Abgoosht is a Persian and Mesopotamian stew. It is also called Dizi, which refers to the traditional stone crocks it is served in....
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Shrine of Fatima Massumeh in Iran's Qom

Shrine of Fatima Massumeh in Iran's QomTEHRAN (Tasnim) - Hazrat Fatima Masumeh (SA), the daughter of Imam Kazem (AS), the seventh Shiite Imam and sister of the eighth Shiite Imam, Imam Reza (AS) is one of the ...
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