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Gotvand (Persian: گتوند‎) is a city in and the capital of Gotvand County, Khuzestan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 21,428, in 4,422 families. Gotvand holds share-record for highest temperature recorded in Iran with 53,0 °C (July 17, 2014), tying the record set at Dehloran in July 2011. The Lower and Upper Gotvand Dams are located northeast of the city on the Karun River. The county has two cities: Gotvand and Jannat Makan. Reference: www.wikipeida.org

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Gotvand's Tourist attractions

tomb of Qeysar Aminpour

tomb of Qeysar...

Qeysar Aminpour was an Iranian contemporary poet, author and professor of university. Doctor Qeysar Aminpour has experienced different academic majors. Gatvand is one of Khuzestan's cities in which Bakhtiyari tribes are dwelling. This city was not well-known but after locating of this p...

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polparzin

polparzin

A vast and pleasant valley is located on the east side of Gatvand and its name is Parzin. Due to the presence of a metal bridge over this valley, this region is called Parzin Bridge. There are different rivers and beautiful waterfalls with icicle stones in Parzin valley. Parzin waterfal...

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Darreh_Anar

Darreh_Anar

Pomegranate valley is one of the beautiful and virgin regions of Dezful Township. This valley is located on the south side of Sardasht and on the north side of Gatvand city. Pomegranate valley is covered with different plants. It has following water that for crossing over this valley in...

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Tomb of Mohamad-e-bne Zeyd

Tomb of Mohama...

The tomb of Mohamad-e-bne-zeid (one of the grandchildren of Imam Sajad) is located at the distance of 15 km of northeast of Gatvand, in the hearts of mountains and green plains which are decorated with flowers and plants. Imamzade Mohamad-e-bne-zeid is called Mom Zard in local language...

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chugha

chugha

Ancient Chugha hill is located at the entrance of Gatvand city and beside the Karun River. This hill had seven temples. One temple for the queen and the other ones for servants and other people. And this hill was built for Ontash Gall's (the king of Elam) wife 4000 years ago. In recent ...

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