Lordegan is situated to the south of Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari Province neighboring the province of Kohkiluyeh and Boyer Ahmad and Khuzestan. The capital city of which is Lordegan, 81 km south of Shahr-e-Kord and at a distance of 624 km from Tehran. This town forms the area of the Haft Lang Tribe of the Bakhtiyari and most probably takes its name from the old city of Larjan, according to ancient geographers.
History of civilization in the region is back to Eilamian Elam Empire ( about 2500–3000 BC). The most important evidence about the history of region is three Hills (Ghale Afghan, Ghale Goshe, Ghale Geli) (in Persian:تپه) which are not natural and belong to Eilamian Empire.
The place is covered with Oak forests with variety of wild animals. On the fringes of the Lordegan River lush rice fields come to view, specially in the months of spring and summer. Most of the rivers in the province of Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari Province have a wide variety of fish the most important being the Siah Shakuli a species of the Cyprinidae.
Besides which this area due to climatic conditions provides facilities for the nurturing of Trou About the people, most of the living in rural area having farm and caring domestic animals. The majority of people in the region are Lurs and Bakhtiari and speak the Bakhtiari dialect of Lurish language.