Chelcheli hunting prohibited region is located in south east of Gorgan town in Gulistan province. This area shares a border in the eastern side with Jahan Nama preserved district. These forests and heights of Chelcheli are considered as a suitable habitat for Red Deer (Maral).
Gorgan (formerly Astrabad or Astarabad) is the capital of Golestan Province, Iran. It lies approximately 400 kilometres (250 mi) to the north east of Tehran, some 30 km (19 mi) away from the Caspian Sea.Gorgan (as well as the whole Golestan province) has a world-famous carpet and rug industry, the Turkmen rug, made by Turkmen people. The patterns of these carpets are derived from the ancient Persian city of Bukhara, which is now in ...read more about Gorgan
Sefid Ab – Gorgan
Aq Su waterfall is located in the 42 kilometer distance of Galikesh town and in the eastern end of Gulistan national park.The natural ponds of this waterfall takes water to the end of the path through a natural and stair like way from the ...
Golestan National Park – Gorgan
The Golestan National Park is the first Iranian National Park that is situated in the jurisdiction of Golestan, Semnan and Khorassan provinces. This park because of its natural values like verdant and virgin forest and different species of flora and ...
Khandan Fort – Gorgan
The ruins of this fort has been remained in the south west of Gorgan, right on the top of an elevated hill, which is at present surrounded by forest trees.
Imam Hassan Asgari Mosque – Gorgan
This new mosque is situated in Gorgan city and is devoid of any artistic and historical aspects. There is a relatively old "Qadamgah" near the mosque.
Jameh Mosque – Gorgan
Jameh Mosque of Gorgan is located in the old urban structure of the old Nalbandan Bazaar.The main building of the mosque, especially its old minaret are related to Seljuk era. This mosque has a central yard in a four porches and four bedchamber ...
Zereshk Mountain – Gorgan
The semi forested Zereshk Mountains is situated 24 km. to the south of Gorgan and 7 km. to the east of Haj Abad Village. Its height is 2,770 meters and the Sooteh Rood and Khase Rood originate from here.
Jahan Nama Protected Zone – Gorgan
This area is situated in the southern heights of Gorgan and the southeast of Kord Kooy. In 1973, it was claimed as a protected place with 30,650 hectares in area. This region was a recreational area for people of Gorgan and its nearby villages. Some ...
Gorgan Palace Museum – Gorgan
Gorgan Specific Palace or Gorgan Palace Museum or Gorgan Royal Palace is related to the first Pahlavid era and is located in City Park (previously a library). Gorgan Palace has been one of the 12 palaces of Pahlavid family and their living place in ...