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Khorramabad is a city and the capital of Lorestan Province, Iran. Khorramabad is situated on the Zagros Mountains. The territory of Khorramabad has a rich historical back ground and has seen the rise of many civilizations such as the Kasi, Babolian, Elamite, Sassanid, Saljuqi, Kharazmshahi etc.

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Khorramabad Tour Details

Khorramabad has several historical attractions such as the Seljuq era, Khorramabad Inscription, which is a government decree in Kufic and Persian script, the Akhound Abu House where the Chief Justice of the city once lived, heard cases and settled disputes and the 30-meter Brick Minaret which was once used to guide caravans and as a watchtower to protect the city. Khorramabad is famed for its lush landscape from scenic waterfalls and green valleys to forests, rivers and natural springs. One of the most famous natural attractions of the city is the 48-meter Bisheh Waterfall, which is surrounded by oak trees.

Khorramabad Itinerary

Day 1Visit Falak-ol-Aflak Castle, Keeyow Lake, Rocky Park

Day 2Visit Broken Bridge, Gerdab-e Sangi, Akhond Abu Home

Day 3Visit Brick Minaret, Gabri water mill, Shariati Park

Day 4Visit Makhmal Kūh, Gerit Waterfall