Beshar River

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Beshar River

Beshar River
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Rivers are one of the most important points in any region. Because by transferring water, they cause prosperity and development of cities and villages along their route. Although the flooding of rivers causes a lot of damage when it rains, but this has not prevented humans from associating with rivers, and throughout history, many civilizations have been formed along the rivers.

In addition to its benefits in economic development in sectors such as agriculture and animal husbandry, rivers have become one of the major tourist attractions today. Because they create a green and beautiful environment around them and thus attract many enthusiasts.

Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad province is blessed with many rivers due to their location in a mountainous and rainy region. Rivers, some of which are small and local, and some of which have long distances within this province and even in Iran.

Beshar River is one of the important rivers of Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad Province and of course the neighboring provinces. This river originates from a large catchment area in the north of Fars province, which is known as Beshar after entering Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad province. This river enters the province from the south and after traveling a long way, finally leaves the north of this province and enters Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari province.

Beshar River along its route in Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad Province travels a long distance along the main road from Yasuj to Isfahan, and for this reason the river is a familiar for travelers.

Beshar has clear water and for this reason this river is one of the tourist attractions of the province. Along the beautiful beach, you can find attractive places to enjoy the beauty of this river.

After entering Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari province, behind the Karun 4 dam, the Beshar River merges with the Bazoft River, eventually creating the huge Karun River. Of course, Beshar changed his name after entering Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari province and is known as Khersan.

Mehdi Gholami

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