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Monday, 12 October 2015 13:17

Boshrooyeh Desert

The Boshrooyeh Desert is approximately 100 km long and with an average width of 30 km, from the East of Boshrooyeh where it begins and continues to the South of Kashmar.

Monday, 12 October 2015 13:17

Rig-e-Use

The naming of Rig-e-Use is so because of a very long sandy hill at the center of the region, which came about when a large rock is rolled down the mountainside and the view is like a cheetah lying with his head buried in the mountains.

Monday, 12 October 2015 13:17

Petregan Playa

The Ahangaran Mountain starts from the strait of Haji Abad and continues to the Ahangaran strait, from the West to the South East the density of the mountains reduces.

Tuesday, 13 October 2015 13:17

The Roubiyat Valley and Cave

After passing through the narrow valley and high altitude we reach the Roubiyat Cave which is located 30 Km from the City of Birjand. This cave is not very long because it was created by water erosion but its depth is 60 m. The Sediment layers in the cave had doubled its beauty.

Monday, 12 October 2015 13:17

The Sange Sourakh Mountain

This mountain is known more for the cause of a huge hole because of erosion caused by water in the limestone mountain and it has a diameter of approximately 20 meters.

Monday, 12 October 2015 13:17

The Kaji Namkzar Pond

The Kaji Namkzar Pond in the City of Nehbandan with an area of 22, 765 hectares, is a hunting area under the Protection of the Environmental Administration in the County of Southern Khorasan.

Monday, 12 October 2015 08:21

The Earthen Calutes of Nehbandan

About 10 km after the town of Nehbandan to Shahdad on both sides of the road mountains can be seen, which are known as the Miniature or Mars Mounts.

Monday, 12 October 2015 08:21

Aghol Kouh

This is an Azerbaijani construction that is located 500 meters West of the Village of Giv'shad. Its maximum height is approximately 1,765 meters above sea level, on the western part.

Monday, 12 October 2015 08:21

The Haji Abad Dam

The Haji Abad Dam is an earthen dam with a clay core and it was built to control the water of the Haji Abad River. The dam has a capacity of 6.5 million cubic meters, at a length of 400 meters, with a width of 8 meters and is 31 meters in height at the crown.

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