Ganjnameh waterfall, located in Iran’s western city of Hamadan, is one of the most famous and attractive waterfalls of the country which becomes more beautiful when frozen in the winter.

With a height of 12 metres, the waterfall is situated in the route to ascend Alvand mountain elevations and beside Ganjnameh inscriptions.

The waterfall has permanent water and is running in winters too if it is not frozen. Its average discharge is 200 litres per second which passes through the beautiful valley of Abbas Abad and Ganjnameh.

What follows are Mehr News Agency’s photos of the frozen waterfall:

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