Iranshahr County is a county in Sistan and Baluchestan Province in Iran. The capital of the county is Iranshahr.
The county is subdivided into two districts:
The county has two cities:
These mountains are located to the northeast of Challeh-e-Jazmoorian, and its height is approximately 3,489 m. and extends towards the west, adjoining the Barez range in the province of Kerman.
This mountain segregates the Challeh-e-Loot from ...
The remnants of crypts or towers of silence (Sokoot) can be observed in various parts of the province. Till centuries after the Arab conquests, the Zoroastrian preaching and religion held good in Sistan. Vestiges of these towers (of silence ) or ...
The Bazman Village lies in the northwest of Iran Shahr and the above mentioned spring is located in the northwest of this village.
This spring gushes out from a crevice in the earth and a pool has formed here in which the inhabitants bath. Due to ...
The Bahookalat River is one of the gushing rivers of the region of Sistan Va Baluchestan, and is one of the major factors of livelihood and flourishment in the south of this area. This river collects the surface waters from vast areas of south of ...
The said spring lies within the village itself and protrudes out from a crevice in the earth. Nearby, a rectangular covered pool has been constructed. This pool is used for bathing purposes throughout the year.
The said tower is at a distance of 8 miles east of Chechoo hillocks. The structure resembles a minaret and has been constructed on an elevation.
From this point a birds eye view of the surroundings is possible, as the tower offered an excellent ...
This spring lies on the Bazman-Delqan-Hoodian Road and the water of this spring gushes out of a crevice from the volcanic rocks of the Quaternary period. This water is of a chloro-sulfate category in composition with different virtues.