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Eram Garden , Shiraz

Sunday, 30 November 2008 16:53 administrator
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Eram Garden , ShirazWith its beautiful flowers and decorative plants as well as its amazing edifice, it is now also known as the Botanical Garden of Shiraz University, and is in the heart of the city of Shiraz .

The present garden and mansion are not very old but, like the other famous gardens of Shiraz, may well have replaced an earlier foundation. D. N. Wilber surmised that its antecedent may have been the Bag-e Shah mentioned in accounts o seed (Fasa`i, II, p. 164). Forsat Shirazi, a contemporary of Fasa`i, praised the Bag-e Eram for its beautiful flowers, refreshing air, tall cypresses (a stately, beautiful cypress tree there known as sarv-e naz has long been a major tourist attraction), fragrant myrtles, flowing wa of the constructional work and praises of the then owner Nasir-al-Molk.

Last Updated on Sunday, 30 November 2008 16:53

Tashak and Bakhtegan Lake, Nayreez

Tuesday, 25 December 2007 06:34 administrator
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These lakes are situated northwest of Nayreez. The mountainous area among them, along with various islands, specially in Tasht Lake (Pelicans and Nargess islands) have created a precious natural aggregate.This region is a home and suitable habitat to many resident and migratory birds (eg. bustard, owls, etc.). This wetland is a potential eco-tourism destination in Fars province.

Parishan (Famoor) Lake, Kazeroon

Tuesday, 25 December 2007 06:32 administrator
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This lake is formed 3 km. away from Ayaz Abad Village and at a distance of 12 km to the southeast of Kazeroon. It is protected by Department of The Environment. The maximum observed water area is 18, with an average water depth of 1.6 m. The lake is used for fish cultivation.

Maharloo Lake, Shiraz

Tuesday, 25 December 2007 06:31 administrator
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This lake with an area of 600 is located 27 km. southeast of Shiraz. The lake water is used for extraction of normal salt. It is considered a suitable and valuable habitat for migratory birds and wild animals

Kaftar Lake (Shadkam Lake), Eqleed

Tuesday, 25 December 2007 06:31 administrator
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With an area of about 48 sq. km., it is located at southeast of Eqleed. This lake is considered as a valuable habitat for migratory birds with a beautiful and memorable landscape.

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