The said valley is 15 km. in length, nestling among the limestone mountains at an elevation of 1,170 m. Enhanced with natural beauty in addition to the springs, rivers, forests and caves in the vicinity. Relics of the past reveal that this area was inhabited much before the birth of Christ.
Khorramabad (Khoramabad or Khurramabad) is a city in and capital of Lorestan Province, Iran.Khorramabad is situated in the Zagros Mountains. Khorramabad Airport is 3 km south of the city proper.The city population is predominantly Lur and Lak, although the two groups are closely related.In the city center, a tall citadel called Falak-ol-Aflak (The Heaven of Heavens), a relic of the Sassanid era, is now a nationally popular ...read more about Khorramabad
Mehri Temple – Khorram Abad
This temple is located to the south west of Khoram Abad and at a distance of 8 km. from Khoram Abad-Koohdasht Road.There is a crypt dug out in the mountain in 'Baba Abbas' Valley, which at present is a protected military area. Surrounding this ...
Falakol Aflak Castle Museum – Khorram Abad
This palace (museum) is one of the historical structures related to the Sassanian era. The said is located on a hill in the midst of the city of Khoram Abad. A section of this palace was converted into a museum in the years 1976-1977. This museum ...
Khoram Abad Tower – Khorram Abad
This cylindrical and brick minaret is a relic of the 5th century AH., located near the old city of Shahpour Khast. The same is also known as the minaret of Khoram Abad as it stands to the south west of this city. The vicinity surrounding this relic ...
Seimareh River – Khorram Abad
This river after following its course through other provinces, flows into Lurestan province taking the name of Seimareh.
Mirza Seyed Reza Bazaar – Khorram Abad
This is a covered bazaar (with a roof), and was constructed in the year 1301 AH. in Khoram Abad. The same was a center of commercial activities even for the cities around Khoram Abad. The bazaar has two 'alleys'- the eastern alley comprises of 24 ...
Kashgan River – Khorram Abad
The Kashgan River has an abundant flow of water, with many tributaries. This river joins the Seimareh River and form the huge Karkheh River.
Qomri Cave – Khorram Abad
The Qomri cave is located to the west of the valley of Khoram Abad, and internally it is more than 200 m. Besides, it has a long and narrow passage, the end of which has not been discovered yet.
Hareh Baq Graveyard – Khorram Abad
This Graveyard is located on a hillock in the village of Hareh Baq (Khoram Abad). A few of the graves here have 'Kufic' engravings on them dating to the 5th and 6th centuries AH. The tomb of Sheikh Mehdi, one of the reputed personalities of this ...