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Natural Attractions

Chehel Dokhtar Cave-Sarbisheh

Thursday, 03 January 2008 06:15 administrator
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This cave was discovered in 1995 around Kallateh Akhoond in Sarbisheh Township 70 kilometers southeast to Birjand. The entrance of this cave is like a vestibule 1.5 meter high. Inside of the cave there is a 3 meters high hall. All corridors are closed due to sedimentation of different materials.

Chenshet Cave-Birjand

Thursday, 03 January 2008 06:14 administrator
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 This cave is located 80 k.m. far from Birjand and southwest to it is a village called Chenshet. As valid historical documents indicate, this cave was discovered about 6 centuries back by Seyed Mohammed Moshasha. The length of the cave is 59 meters with wide width and height in some points.

Thermal Springs of the Province

Thursday, 03 January 2008 06:13 administrator
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 Garmab (Boiling water) in Fadashak, Garmab in Nasreddin village. Kaltorsh in Kalateh, Kaltorsh in Nehbandan Road, mineral water in Tonak village, Siah Mineral Water in Kalateh Soleiman, Gooab in khosf village, Golab Torsh in Barakooh village.

Chahardeh Waterfall

Thursday, 03 January 2008 06:11 administrator
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 This waterfall is located in a valley with same name in Bagheran heights in the north of Birjand. In the first and highest waterfall water comes down 7 meters.

Giook Waterfall-Birjand

Thursday, 03 January 2008 06:08 administrator
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This waterfall is located in a verdant valley and is composed of several waterfall the highest one is 8 meters high. 

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