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Mazandaran, is the largest lake in the world, shared between Iran and the republics of the Soviet Union, and so large that it is called the sea
9 in 28 natural lakes and dam lakes formed as a result there
Overlooking the Caspian Sea and its beautiful beaches and exquisite scenery, charming and spectacular, Bssyary destination of passengers, especially in the summer. The Caspian Sea is very high capacities and capabilities in the field of exploitation is tourism, which in itself is perhaps unparalleled. Beaches and shores of the Caspian Sea in conjunction with lush plains and high mountains towering Alborz, the most spectacular and the most interesting parts of the province.
Eastern and Western authors writing in any of the pre-Islamic era name of "Caspian" Iran has not been seen on the North Sea. In the writings of Muslim authors, the sea, along with other names, is also called the Caspian.
130 rivers fall into the lake, the largest of which is the Volga, which average 241 square kilometers of water per year into the lake. Caspian Sea to the Caspian Sea, Varkaneh, Gorgan and the Caspian Sea as well known.
Along the lake about 1030 to 1200 km, and a width of between 196 to 435 km. The sea has fish caviar is the most important biodiversity is different, however, because of illegal catches of sturgeon facing extinction generation.
Gorgan Sea or Sea Varkaneh The Great Lakes Achaemenid and Parthian era, but the Caspian is derived from the name of the people of Kaspi or Kasi, before the Aryans in the West Bank to the sea southwest of the settlement, and gradually to Bank in the south.
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