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Shahkola Kolbeh

منطقه بسیار زیبای شاهکلا واقع در اطراف لفور استان مازندران. برای رفتن به این قسمت پیاده از وسط جنگل عبور کنید تا به این کلبه ها که در حال حاضر خالی از سکنه است برسید. در امتداد این مسیر به رودخانه ای خواهید رسید که آب گوارایی دارد.

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Uppladdad: 11/07/2011
Uppdaterad: 04/08/2011


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