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Jarreh-ye Sofla Destination Guide

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Jarreh-ye Sofla in the region of Bushehr is a place located in Iran - some 425 mi (or 685 km) South of Tehran, the country's capital.

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Local time in Jarreh-ye Sofla is now 05:25 AM (Friday). The local timezone is named "Asia / Tehran" with an UTC offset of 3.5 hours. Depending on your mobility, these larger cities might be interesting for you: Shabankareh, Yasuj, Basra, Zir Rah, Tol-e Sarkub or Milak. When in this area, you might want to check out Siah Mansur-e Sofla, Siah Mansur-e 'Olya, Shul, Palangi, Milak and Dasht-e Gur as well. We also found some pictures.




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Interesting facts about this location

Rais Ali Dilavari Dam

Rais Ali Dilavari Dam is a hydroelectric dam in Iran with an installed electricity generating capability of 70 MWh. It is situated in Bushehr Province.

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Located at 29.54, 51.14 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 7 mi away.
Tags:Bushehr Province, Hydroelectric power stations in Iran

Bardak Siah Palace

Bardak Siah Palace is the name of the site of an ancient Achaemenid Persian palace situated near the township of Borazjan in the northern part of Bushehr Province of Iran. The site was unearthed in 1977 by Iranian archeologists headed by Ehsan Yaghmai Further excavations at the site in 2005 led to a fragmentary sculpture featuring the head of the Achaemenid emperor Darius the Great (r.

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Located at 29.54, 51.14 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 15 mi away.
Tags:Archaeological sites in Iran, Archaeology of the Achaemenid Empire, Bushehr Province