Lake Zarivar , also known as Zeribar or Zrewar , is a lake in western Iran. The name is composed of zrê ("sea") and the suffix -bar (which in Kurdish means "lake").
The lake is situated in the Iranian province of Kordestan west of Marivan . This lake is situated at an altitude of 1,285 m. from sea level, and its width and length being 2 and 4.5 km. respectively. It has fresh water and the activity of springs at the bottom of the lake supplies it's water. The location of the city of Marivan and the Zarivar Lake bounded in different directions by dense and partly dense forests creates a very beautiful view. On a small hill in the eastern part there is a tourist guesthouse.
Zeribar Lake is a major touristic attraction in the region.There is a great deal of folklore about the origins of this lake amongst the Kurdish people of the area.
Wetland flows (in Kurdish: Zrebar) at a distance of 3 km West of Marivan, Kurdistan province of Iran and the places and tourist attractions of the province. Pond water is fresh and comes from some source Kfjvsh and rain. In most winters the lake remains completely frozen. Flows along the lake about 5 km and its width is about 1.6 km. The extent of wetlands due to the volume of water in different seasons changing and the maximum depth of 5/5 meters. One of the most unique Wetlands flows of freshwater lakes in the world of a Wetlands International has considered all the circumstances. Pond water is approximately 30 million cubic meters. Wetland area of about 22, 5Kylvmtr and average rainfall is 786 mm per year. Relative humidity is equal to 4/58% and average annual evaporation of 1900 mm has been reported. Wetland ecological flows as a unit and a water ecosystem in Kurdistan something beautiful and rare. Flows located in a relatively broad longitudinal valleys of the West and East sides is surrounded by forested mountains.