Friday, May 24, 2024

Iran’s Zrebar Lake overflows after recent downpours

The level of water in the Zrebar Lake in western Iranian city of Marivan has reached its highest point due to the rainfalls in the past few days.

The lake in the Zagros Mountains in Kordestan province, which is the habitat to a large variety of fish and wildfowl, is ecologically significant.

No river flows into the lake and its source of water is a number of fountains and seasonal rains.

The lake, listed as a natural heritage of Iran, hosts over 200,000 tourists every year.

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