Ilam is a city in and the capital of Ilam Province, Iran and the third biggest kurdish city in Iran.The Kabir Kuh mountain range lies east of the city. From the west it borders Iraq. The city is populated by Kurds and its primary language is Kurdish.Like many other regions of Iran the architecture in Ilam includes traditional and contemporary periods.The Governor Castle, Falahaty Mansion and The Mirgholam Castle are examples of some ...read more about Ilam
Valli Castle – Ilam
The Vali Castle of Ilam is one of the important monuments of Qajar period in Ilam City, which was built by Qolamreza Khan Vali on a hill named چغا میرگ in 1908 AD (1326 AH). This monument consists of several parts such as Harem, alcove , ...
Tang-e-Dalav Forest Receation Sites – Ilam
This park is at a distance of 25 kilometers from Ilam on the way to Islam Abad with a natural environment. It is very vast and close to the game fields of the region and is mostly used by the people in spring and summer.
Galam Zard Va Gereh Chaka Recreation Site – Ilam
This winter promenade enjoys a suitable climate and receives many tourists during December and April. It is located 60 kilometers from Ilam in the vicinity of Dashtelag a beautiful plain.
Konjan Cham River – Ilam
Konjan Cham River originates from the outskirts of surrounding heights and after joining with other streams enters to Mehran through a narrow valley and finally flows to Iraq. It is 90 kilometers long in Iran.
Talkhab River – Ilam
It originates from springs of surrounding highlands and finally flows to Iraq 61 kilometers from Ilam. The length of this river in Iran is 43 kilometers.
Sarataf Waterfalls – Ilam
Located in Ilam township, the Sartaff waterfall is one of the public promenades with a verdant environment.
Assyrian (Gol Gol) Inscription – Ilam
This inscription is carved on the wall of a mountain in Gol Gol Village 25 kilometers from Ilam. It is 3000 years old and on the inscription there is an engrave of an Assyrian soldier with a helmet, holding an arrow, whit a moon and a star above his ...
Takht-e-Khan Inscription – Ilam
This inscription is carved on a large stone in a place with the same name 34 kilometers far from Ilam. There is some information about the history and the governors of Ilam in this inscription.