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Climate : Cold
Area : 850
Population : 52671
Paveh (Kurdish: Pawe, Persian: پاوه‎, also Romanized as Pāveh, Pawah, and Pāweh) is a city in and the capital of Paveh County, Kermanshah Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 19,774, in 5,171 families. Paveh is located in the west of Iran and is 112 km far from Kermanshah and lies in a sub-region along the Iran-Iraq border commonly referred to as Hewraman situated within the larger geographical region of Kurdistan. ...see more The city is considered by inhabitants of the region as the capital of the Hewraman. The inhabitants of Paveh are mostly Kurds that speak Auramani (also:Hewrami). As a mountainous town, Paveh has cold winters and cool springs. The surrounding mountains are normally filled with fresh spring water from March to June. The town is also encircled with large fruit gardens which create a beautiful scenery during summers. Paveh is situated along a mountainside like most cities and villages in the Hewraman region. Behind the city is Shaho mountain and ahead of the city is a view of Atashgah, another mountain that was once the site of pilgrimages for ancient religions in the region. Among the most significant places to visit is the Quri Qaleh cave which is considered as the longest watery cave in the Middle East. The cave is located around 25 Kilometers from Paveh's town center. An old myth regarding the name of the city is that the Emperor Yazdgerd III sent his son named Pav to this area to renew his religious Zoroastrian faith. Both Persians and the local Kurdish inhabitants practiced Zoroastrianism during the Persian Empire's Sasanian era from which this myth is derived. Reference: www.wikipedia.org

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Hajij Village

Hajij Village

Hajij is a village located in Kurdistan province of Iran. The village is in a district called "Howraman" which lies through the mountains of Shaho. The language spoken by the native people is a variant of Kurdish. The village has an archaic Koran which is holy for Kurdish people and man...

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Dalani tourist area

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Desheh village

Desheh village

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Boll waterfall

Boll waterfall

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Tomb of Seyed Obeydolah

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The Sirwan

The Sirwan

The Sirwan This river is the longest river catchment Kurdish and Persian Gulf is one of the most important branches. Two major branches of the river from the main branch of the river, and Cham branch embankments (free will) is formed. Sirwan main branches, subsidiaries consist of...

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Daryan Dam

Daryan Dam

The Daryan Dam, also spelled Darian, is an embankment dam currently under construction on the Sirvan River just north of Daryan in Paveh County, Kermanshah Province, Iran. The primary purpose of the dam is to supply up to 1,378,000,000 m3 (1,117,000 acre·ft) of water annually to the 48 ...

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Stone Cave of Hosein Kouhkan

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