Also known as: Waterfalls of Shalmash, Shalmash Falls
Shalmash Waterfalls (Shalmash Falls) counted as one of the branches of Zaab River (Little Zaab - Zaab-e Koochak), located near the city of Sardasht (West Azarbaijan). This waterfall is about 10 m. high with a good outflow of water. The beauty of this waterfall is further enhanced by the green beautiful valley and scattered forests in surrounding area which is being utilized as a recreational site by people.
Shalmash Falls is a cluster of three waterfalls situated on the outskirts of the village of Sardasht in the West Azerbaijan province of Iran. Near the border with Iraq, they can be easily viewed from stairs built for visitors to these waterfalls. The falls are each about 10 metres (33 ft) high. In addition to being a scenic site, their environs are used for recreation, including swimming.
Sardasht is situated in the southwest of the province and near the borders of Iran and Iraq. It has natural beauty and the inhabitants of this area believe Sardasht to be the birthplace of Zoroater. This area was formerly known as Zartosht, whereas after the Arab invasion ...
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