The Heydareh-Qazi Khan village in west-central Iran is a magnificent beauty spot that annually draws a large number of visitors and tourists.

It is located 30 kilometres away from the town of Bahar in Hamadan province, and is 35 kilometres away from the provincial capital.

The special architecture of buildings, spectacular scenery, pristine nature, historical monuments dating back thousands of years, old subterranean aqueducts, rivers and high-quality agricultural produce have turned the village into an outstanding tourist hub.

What follows are Mizan News Agency’s photos of the village:

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