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Asiab Kharabeh Waterfall

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Asiab Kharabeh Waterfall

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35 km (22 Miles) East of Jolfa City, Jolfa Iran
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Pooyesh R wrote a review Oct 2019
Shiraz, Iran58 contributions16 helpful votes
Waterfall condition nowadays changed because lack of raining and snow and shift to more depth in its valley but it's a miracle in summer,when you looking for some hot weather reliefs,going to some small cave beyond waterfall and enjoy coldly green atmosphere there.It's near to Jolfa's exit road toward metal bridge in parallel with Nakhjavan border and Aras river.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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MohammadNejad wrote a review Oct 2019
Tehran, Iran2,040 contributions247 helpful votes
Actually my expectation was too more that i saw . its only a pretty small waterfall not more . may be more interesting for local people who like to have a picnic in a holiday in this location . there are a lot of food kiosks and some restaurants.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Mougeh wrote a review Sep 2019
Tehran, Iran17 contributions6 helpful votes
Asiab kharabeh means broken watermill. A historic site and one of the most spectacular areas in Jolfa, East Azarbaijan. To get to the waterfall, after parking your car, you have to go down a path of stone steps and then pass a small river (very low water level but you'd better have plastic slippers with you though there were street vendors who were selling slippers). It was beautiful, refreshing and fun.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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BRaissiyan wrote a review Sep 2019
Tehran, Iran300 contributions149 helpful votes
The area is overally dry and arid, the spring is on the foothill of one of the most important mountains of the region: Kiamaki. A small spring had been used to mill the weat and barely. The historical mill now is rehabilitated but you can't fell its originality. With a delicate small waterfall the spot now is a really crowded resort.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Behzadt89 wrote a review Aug 2019
Tabriz, Iran11 contributions14 helpful votes
The waterfall is quite worthwhile but unfortunately there is no place to camp in. not recommended in summer, cuz it's really scorching and too hot but it's great in march and april.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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