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Touring Posht Darb-e Vosta in Iran

Posht Darb-e Vosta in the region of Khūzestān is located in Iran - some 280 mi or ( 451 km ) South-West of Tehran , the country's capital city .

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Time in Posht Darb-e Vosta is now 07:46 PM (Friday) . The local timezone is named " Asia/Tehran " with a UTC offset of 3.5 hours. Depending on your budget, these more prominent places might be interesting for you: Takht-e Qeysar, Hajj Soltan, Basra, Al 'Amarah, and Tehran. Being here already, consider visiting Takht-e Qeysar . We collected some hobby film on the internet . Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation. Check out our recomendations for Posht Darb-e Vosta ? We have collected some references on our attractions page.


Shushtar-Iran- a Thrilling cliff Jump by Ehsan

1:07 min by Ehsan Soodmand
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a thrilling cliff jump in Karun river in my dream city, Shushtar. ..

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Interesting facts about this location

Gotvand County

Gotvand County is a county in Khuzestan Province in Iran. The capital of the county is Gotvand. It was separated from Shushtar County in 2005. At the 2006 census, the county's population was 58,311, in 11,440 families. The county is subdivided into two districts: the Central District and Aghili District. The county has two cities: Gotvand and Jannat Makan.

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Located at 32.25 48.81 (Lat./Long.); Less than 9 km away
Tags: 2005 establishments in Iran, Counties of Iran, Counties of Khuzestan Province, Gotvand County

Band-e Kaisar

The Band-e Kaisar, Pol-e Kaisar ("Caesar's bridge"), Bridge of Valerian or Shadirwan was an ancient arch bridge in Shushtar, Iran, and the first in the country to combine it with a dam. Built by a Roman workforce in the 3rd century AD on Sassanid order, it was also the most eastern Roman bridge and Roman dam, lying deep in Persian territory. Its dual-purpose design exerted a profound influence on Iranian civil engineering and was instrumental in developing Sassanid water management techniques.

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Located at 32.05 48.85 (Lat./Long.); Less than 19 km away
Tags: 3rd-century bridges, Ancient Roman dams, Bridges in Iran, Dams in Iran, Deck arch bridges, Persian words and phrases, Roman bridges, Stone bridges, Weirs, World Heritage Sites in Iran