Bilu, a small village in Western Iran, is the habitat of storks, and is widely known as the home of these birds, which are known by locals as symbols of luck.

The village is located around 10 kilometres from Lake Zrebar in Marivan in Iran’s western province of Kurdistan.

The people of this village believe white storks are symbols of luck and peace.

What follows are the photos of the attractive village retrieved from ILNA:

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