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Pictorial report of Iran’s 40-million-year-old waterfalls

Seven Waterfalls in Iranian province of Mazandaran captivate tourists with indescribable beauty.

Iran is famous for its four-season climate and there are numerous natural destinations in the country that annually attract tourists from around the world.

Iranian province of Mazandaran, located along the southern coast of the Caspian Sea, has vast green landscapes, abundant rivers and beautiful waterfalls.

The natural site of Seven Waterfalls in Caspian Hyrcanian forests near the city of Babol is a combination of seven long and short waterfalls that are thought to be 40 million years old.

The surrounding forest and rivers add to the beauty of the site and make it an exceptional spot for nature lovers.

Following are a number of photos depicting the beauty of this tourist attraction.