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Sights Of Mahalat; Travel To The Netherlands, Iran

Where are the most beautiful sights of the Mahalat? Where to visit on a trip to the neighborhood? Flowers are the beautiful magic of nature, the presence of which makes any land a paradise and colors it. 

One of the paradise lands of Iran is the city of Mahallat, which is known as the Netherlands of Iran due to the diversity of its colorful flowers . 

The production of high quality flocks has turned the Mahalat into a tourist city that has many tourist attractions in addition to colorful farms. Think about camping in the beautiful plains of the neighborhood .

 In the following, we will review the sights of the Mahalattogether.

Mahallat city, which is one of the treasures of Markazi province, is located near the city of Delijan and has many beauties and sights in its heart. During Nowruz and spring green days, the Mahalat of the land become fragrant and colorful legends in which vitality waves. This time we will travel to the beautiful Golestan of Iran and experience paradise. Travel with us to explore the sights of the neighborhood to discover this city together.

1. Flower and plant village, a dream land in the Mahalat

Mahallat Flower and Plant Village - Mahallat Sights
Photo by Hamid Nouri

The abundance of colorful and diverse flowers and plants in the Mahalatis natural and your eyes will be filled with color in this land. The most colorful soil of the Mahalat is the village of flowers and plants, which is about 110 hectares in area and the intoxicating scent of flowers is scattered in the corners. This paradise land is the largest flower production farm in Iran and its color is not less than the flowers of the Netherlands. Going to this village is one of the most enjoyable parts of the neighborhood that not every tourist misses watching.

۲. Hot spring, one of the most popular sights of the Mahalat

Mahallat hot spring - Mahallat sights

One of the most enjoyable moments of traveling to the Mahalatis going to the hot spring of this region, which is about 15 km northeast of the city. Hot springs are a treasure in Iran that have emerged in many parts of it and have increased the attraction of these areas. Every year, the city of flowers in Iran welcomes tasteful travelers, whose fascination with flowers has made them travelers to the Mahalat.

Hot springs in Mahalathave a long life and have been used to treat the pain of many diseases since ancient times. 6 springs called Rheumatism , Healing, Wise, Tail, Sulaimaniyah and Soda have created hot springs in the Mahalat. The salts in these springs are a cure for the mental and physical pain of many people, and for this reason, hot water is very popular among other tourist places in the neighborhood.

3. Khoreh village, the originality of history and the beauty of nature

Khoreh village - neighborhoods
Khoreh village

Another place of interest is the village of Khoreh, where a trace of the ancient history of civilization has been found. This village is one of the functions of Mahalatand two historical pillars speak of its antiquity and ancient civilization. The beautiful capitals that adorn these cylindrical structures are designed in the style of Greek art and are very impressive. These columns are about 46 km away from the Mahalat and there are various stories about their antiquity and use.

Sights of neighborhoods
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Excavations in this historic village have led some experts to conclude that the pillars are traces of a fire temple during the Seleucid period, and many archaeologists believe that these two huge structures are the remains of a The mansion is in ancient Iran. In fact, excavations in this historical region revealed signs of the Parthian, Sassanid, Seleucid, and Islamic periods to researchers, and indicate the different uses of this region in each period. The antiquity of ancient civilization and life is one of the valuable features of this village. It is interesting to know that our ancestors have lived in this village since the second millennium BC.

4. Two-thousand-year-old sycamore of Mahalat, the ancient greenery of a street

Two-thousand-year-old sycamore sycamore - neighborhood sights
Photo by Mehdi Kaveh

One of the attractions of nature is the trees that have been around for a long time and have been their shadow for several generations. One of the oldest plane trees in Iran is located in the Netherlands. This old sycamore tree lives in Chenar Square on the green street of Sarcheshmeh Mahallat and has kept the history and condition of generations in the heart of its trunk, branches and leaves for nearly two thousand years. Watching the pride and stability of this thick tree conveys a feeling of peace to a person.

5. Sarcheshmeh Park, a spectacular paradise in the Mahalat

The park originates from the sights of the neighborhoods
Photo by Mehdi Kaveh

Sarcheshmeh Park is another place of interest in the Mahalat, where the movement and sound of the water, along with the greenery of the trees, gives freshness and vitality to the travelers of the city. In a stepped path, the water moves and performs a show of vitality and vivacity of the Mahalat. This park is a popular recreation area in the Mahalat, and the hustle and bustle of the people of the city, like the life of this water-filled park full of trees, has the color of life. During your trip to the Mahalat, do not miss Sarcheshmeh Park and never miss spending time in it.

6. Atashkooh fire temple, a remnant of Sassanid history

Atashkooh Fire Temple - neighborhoods
Photo by Sadegh Turkmen

One of the oldest fire temples of Iranians belongs to the city of Mahallat, and this land, in addition to the tenderness and fragrance of flowers, also has a history. The remnants of a four-arched building are located about 8 km from the city of Nimour in the city of Mahallat Behnam Atashkooh Fire Temple, which belongs to the Sassanid era. The columns of this building speak of the antiquity of this fire temple and despite the damage it has seen over time, it is still a valuable archeological site and signs of a magnificent Zoroastrian fire temple can be found in it.

7. Bagherabad Bridge, a passage from the heart of history

Bagherabad Bridge is one of the sights of the neighborhoods
Photo of Hamshahri Online

In the village of Bagherabad in the city of Neymour, in the city of Mahallat, a structure from the Qajar period has been left that has a beautiful stone facade. The historic Bagherabad Bridge was built by the Russians and belongs to the period of their invasion of Iran during the Qajar period. This bridge is one of the historical monuments of Mahallat city, which will be interesting for you to see its antiquity and grandeur among the sights of Mahallat.

8. The ancient dam of Neymour, the concern of the ancients for water storage

Nimour Dam is one of the sights of the neighborhoods

The ancient dam of Nimour is one of the spectacular monuments that shows the Sassanid intelligence and shows the importance of water resources for a long time. Neymour Dam in Mahallat city is a structure that has emerged from the heart of history and its common feature with today’s world is the constant concern of preserving water resources. This ancient dam is located in the heart of spectacular and refreshing natural scenery that has become a hangout for many people to have fun and have fun in nature.

Sights of the neighborhoods - Nimvar
Photo by Mehdi Kaveh

Mahallat with its colorful flowers is one of the most colorful and beautiful regions of Iran and is the source of greenery and freshness. The Netherlands of Iran should be explored with patience and enjoy watching its corners that are decorated with nature and history. Do not forget our trip to our Mahalatand write us your sweet experiences and memories. We are waiting for your useful information from the sights of the Mahalat.