News ID: 274210
Published: 1012 GMT September 15, 2020

Natural beauties of Hawraman region stuns tourists

Natural beauties of Hawraman region stuns tourists

Hawraman region in western Iran gives tourists whatever beauty they are looking for in nature: Intact nature and historical attractions.

The region has a population of 300,000. According to the head of Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Office of Kermanshah Province, Hawraman is expecting to be internationally registered, IRNA reported.

Omid Qaderi said that the area has 700 villages and 100 historical sites, adding UNESCO inspectors are expected to visit the area in the near future.

Though coronavirus has decreased the number of tourists all over the world, Hawraman was in the summer teeming with people interested in nature.

Paveh, a city located in the region, has a huge lake surrounded by pomegranate gardens and very high mountains.

Ravansar has the biggest water cave of the Middle East: The Quri Qal'eh Cave. The 140-meter deep cave is 65 million years old and was discovered about 30 years ago.

Apart from its natural attractions, the city of Javanrud enjoys a border point bazaar that attracts more tourists than other counties.

Paveh, which is located near Iraqi border, gives the tourists an eyeful of natural beauties, including several springs, gardens, and very high mountains. Khaneqah, a 1,400-year old village, brings a lot of tourists to the area.

Kermanshah Province has 4,000 historical places, 2,250 of which have been nationally registered. Bisotoun Inscription, a multilingual inscription and large rock relief on a cliff at Mount Bisotoun near the city of Kermanshah in western Iran, has also been internationally registered.


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