korkan river
Northern Iran

در مسیر رسیدن به منطقه آق اولر 

 این مسیر تماماٌ آسفالته و مانند تمام جاده های کوهستانی پر پیچ و خم و سر بالایی است که گاه این سر بالایی ها به سراشیبی نسبتاٌ تندی تبدیل می شود و در مسیر راه عموماٌ کرکان رود در سمت چپ جاده قرار دارد و با عبور خود که در بستر دره های پر پیچ و خم کوههای تالش است به زیبایی و لطافت ذاتی طبیعت شمال جلوه ای بدیع داده و با سرو صدا و کف آلود به سمت دریای کاسپین ( خزر ) در حرکت است . این رودخانه دائمی همیشه مشتاقان طبیعت را به سوی خود جلب کرده است. جنگلهای هیرکانی با درختان برگ ریز از دیگر جاذبه های طبیعی منطقه آق اولر است 

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Copyright: Omid jafarnezhad
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10000x5000
Uploaded: 24/05/2013
Updated: 08/08/2014


Tags: jungle; river; iran; gilan
  • omid jafarnezhad over 1 year ago
    Thanks :)
  • fati360 over 1 year ago
    beautiful place! :) great 360! comme toujours!
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