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seyfiyeh garden (باغ سيفيه ملاير)
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Forest Park Garden Syfyh Dawla

West Country Park is one of the oldest natural parks Malayer Syfyh is located in the northeastern city in the warm hillside.

The garden in an area about 10 hectares and was built in 1304 by Seif Dawla, the grandson of Fath Ali Shah during his rule over the province and Tuyserkan Malayer was constructed.

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Uploaded: 28/07/2012
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