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The Fountain of Morteza Ali

Morteza Ali's fountain is 20 km east of the City of Tabass seen on the western slopes at the top of the Camel Mountain. The spring collection from multiple sources from the three springs and some minor unnamed sources, these springs emanates from the western slopes of the mountain after Kouh Kesh Siyah and is on going to the west.

The first fountain is called Ghanbar is current from the east to west, following the direction of the valley slope, and the water of the fountain is cold. After 6 km distance the river of the fountain of Morteza Ali follows the flow of water and after there are the Hot Springs of Morteza Ali, due to the presence of water and heat, and pressure fault fracture. Following the accumulation of water in the Ghanbar fountain to the west and after a few hundred meters finally the last spring called the Jaffari Spring where water is aggregated and these springs run downstream to the built dam Nahrain to prevent the water loss leading to the field and garden tops.
Groundwater aquifers in the region at the foothills of the mountains and lowland areas (plain valley) can be classified. Following the Path Valley Hot Spring Morteza Ali, Shah Abbass is a beautiful arch more than 700 years old and was built between two mountains close to the brick masonry which at the top or crown using stones.
In the village of Kharv there are two Cedars and a Cypress tree with 700-1,000 years old. The spring is almost dates back to the Quaternary era.

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Additional Info

  • Name of Effect: The Fountain of Morteza Ali
  • Type of Effect: درختان کهنسال
  • Registration number in the National List: 196
  • Date of Reord: Wednesday, 20 August 2014
  • Township: tabas
  • Longitude: 0
  • Latitude: 0
  • Above see level: 0
  • Address: Southern Khorasan - tabas - 20 km east of the City of Tabass