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The Central Alborz Mountains location map

The Central Alborz Mountains

The Takht-e Soleyman Massif is the highest part of the Alborz Mountains in northern Iran apart from Mount Damavand which can be seen in the background. It contains various peaks above 4000m, the highest being the Alam Kuh (4850m).

View: The Central Alborz Mountains
Location: Lon 50.121°
Lat 36.513°
Altitude: 19 km
Direction: 102°
Camera Angle: 46°
User Rating: 2.6
Location Map:    Visible Topography
The Central Alborz Mountains location map
The Central Alborz Mountains

Related Views:

Mount Damavand
Alborz Mountains
Closeup view of Mount Damavand
The Takht-e Soleyman Massif
Northern Iran

Visitor comments:

by Farhad from Iran posted on Wed Jul 31 2013 16:00:51
They are really nice pictures, true image pictures.
by javad from Iran posted on Mon Sep 17 2012 06:08:02
thanks ,pls more pic from iran, i best wish for u\\r\\n
by mohsen omidi from Iran posted on Thu Aug 12 2010 20:57:39
very Wonderful
by tehrani from Iran posted on Tue Jun 9 2009 09:33:02
Very nice pictures,, never seen before
by Mike posted on Sun Mar 30 2008 06:34:12
The five pictures of the Alborz Mountains on your website are excellent! They are both beautiful and informative. I hope you put up more pictures of this mountain chain. Some which give even more detail.\\r\\n\\r\\nI find the Alborz Mountains to be a very interesting region geographically and historically. \\r\\nThank you.\\r\\nMike
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