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Russians historic castle - Ashuradeh Island
Northern Iran

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 جزیره آشوراده

آشوراده دهی در مرکز شبه جزیره میان‌کاله در شهرستان بندر ترکمن، استان گلستان است. آشوراده تنها جزیرهٔ ایرانی دریای خزر است. این جزیره که در سده‌های گذشته در پی عملکرد و فعالیت گروه‌های انسانی با حفر کانال از توده اصلی خشکی خود (شبه جزیره میانکاله) جدا افتاده‌است.

Copyright: Omid Jafarnezhad
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Uploaded: 20/09/2011
Actualizat: 08/08/2014
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Tags: island; iran; ایران; گلستان; golestan; photographer
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