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"The lost Paradise"

The lost Paradise of Shiraz, the lost Paradise of Marvdasht or Tang-Bastankak in the Kamfirouz area... read more

Reviewed 13 February 2018
amirhossein f
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Tehran, Iran
Dont go, by all the meaning

"The lost Paradise" is a translation of "Behesht-e-gomshode" In my idea, The lost Paradise *WAS... read more

Reviewed 17 September 2017
Pedram M
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Shiraz, Iran
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120 km northwest of Shiraz in the "Lost Paradise" protected area (NW 330) and over the "Lost Paradise" strait on the outskirt of the mountain lies a village which is not reachable by any vehicle but only by foot. This village has friendly dwellers, intact landscape and tranquility. You should traverse a scenic route to reach these wonderful places for a full day excursion.
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“"The lost Paradise"”
16 Sep 2017
“Dont go, by all the meaning”
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Reviewed 13 February 2018

The lost Paradise of Shiraz, the lost Paradise of Marvdasht or Tang-Bastankak in the Kamfirouz area of Fars, with its amazing natural attractions, shines like a piece of paradise on Earth. The Lost or Lost Paradise is a wonderful natural attraction of Fars, located in...More

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Reviewed 17 September 2017

"The lost Paradise" is a translation of "Behesht-e-gomshode" In my idea, The lost Paradise *WAS* is really a lost paradise, but after it was found by us, the human, it is not a paradise anymore. Now-a-days it is a very dirty place full of trash;...More

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