Ancient anouj castle located at the 35 kilometer of the southwest of the Malayer country in Hamedan province. The Castle is built on a high hill in a village which has the same name in Sefidkooh district.
Mishan Plain or Mishan Square is an area of one hectare and at an altitude of 2600 meters above sea level. To go there, you must be patient since you have an intermediate climb ahead of you. Do not forget to bring your climbing equipment as may be needed. If you are not much of a climber, you can use the cable car to reach your destination and add more excitement to your journey. As you begin your journey to the summit of Alvand and the Mishan Plain, the further you go, the more beautiful the view behind you, and the wider the field of view. Along the way, with just a glance at the scenery behind you, you will forget your tiredness much faster than you thought and your desire to reach Mishan Plain will increase more and more.
Jameh Mosque of Hamedan is one of the oldest mosques in the city. Based on the architectural specifications and some inscriptions found in the mosque, it seems that the building belongs to the Qajar period. The construction’s date, 1837 AD, is written on the front Iwan which coincides with the reign of Fath Ali Shah Qajar. But some older documents tell another story. In those sources, the mosque is listed as one of the Islamic Golden Age projects. The terms “Jameh Mosque” or “Masjed-e Jameh” are used in Iran for a grand communal mosque where mandatory Friday prayers are performed; the phrase is used in other Muslim countries but only in Iran does it designate this purpose.
Bazaar has been one of the most influential pillars of cities’ social evolutions and political and economic developments in all periods. It was the bazaar that, as the most important urban joint, brought together the people from different neighborhoods and different races, and became a manifestation of unity and integrity of the people of the city. Hamedan Bazaar has been of special economic and geographical importance due to its location on one of the main branches of the Silk Road, the communication routes of western cities, and religious places which attract a large number of pilgrims every year. It is mostly known as the country’s “Anbar” (literally: store), because of the many commercial stores in the area.
Ali-Sadr Cave, one of the natural wonders of the world and a rare example of navigable water caves, is located in Ali Sadr village, Kabudrahang County, 75 kilometers the northwest of Hamedan Province. The Ali Sadr Cave was created in Sari Qayah (yellow rock) Height.
Alvand peak is 3450 m in height and has a cat-shaped cliff. Unlike what others might think, Alvand peak is not the tallest peak in this mountain range; Yakhchal peak with an altitude of 3580 m is the highest peak in Alvand mountain range. The area of Alvand Mountain is like a natural wall that protects the city of Hamedan. Geologists consider Alvand to be the largest granitic effect left from the fourth geological period, which was created by the infiltration of igneous masses. This mountain was included in the natural heritage list by the Heritage Organization of Iran and is also one of the protected environmental areas.
Sarab Farsban is a beautiful and mixed area of mountains, rivers, and forests in Nahavand city. The city is a place of overflowing springs in the heart of lush forests. The water that comes from the heart of high mountains and flows in the side forests among the green trees of Nahavand city has created a beautiful landscape. Although Sarab Farsban is less famous than Sarab Gamasiab and Sarab Gian, but among other Springs in the country, it’s one of the most-visited.
Laodicea Temple is located in Nahavand County, Hamedan Province, Iran, but as a result of being forgotten, we don't know the exact location of it. According to discovered remained things from the central part of the county and Do-khaharan (two-sisters) Hill, there is a possibility that the temple is buried in this area.
Abbas Abad Hill is a great tourist spot in Hamedan Province, especially in summer; where you have access to lots of facilities to enjoy your time. Outdoor cinema, skating rink, restaurant, coffee shop, mosque, and public parking are beautifully designed in this area.
Aq Bolagh Ecotourism Resort is located 5 kilometers after Lalejin to the Tehran Road, adjacent to Latgah village, Aq Bolagh village, Hamedan Province, Iran.
The aquarium cave is inspired by Ali Sadr Cave and was built in 2011 by a group of Iranian and foreign engineers. Their purpose was to create a recreational place to attract more and more visitors and tourists and provide an environment for research and educational improvements. It holds a collection of aquatic animals including various fish, stingray, starfish, etc. as well as reptiles collected from all around the world. No need to mention that it’s the biggest artificial cave in the whole country.
Sarab Gyan is a beautiful and eye-catching spring that flows out of the heart of mountains in the southwest of Nahavand City, Hamedan Province, Iran. It is only 2 kilometers away from the ancient hill of Gyan. Nahavand City has many forests, but Gyan Forest with an area of 425 hectares is one of the most captivating ones which has an overflowing spring that irrigates agricultural lands of about five nearby villages.
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