This is the no. 1 reason to come to this dusty hot town close to the iraqi border. We lingered here a while, had tea with a local guide stationed there and paid a bit extra for the sluice to get opened with a photo op. There is also a local guy based there doing weaving with items for sale in the form of bags and mats. The history is interesting bearing in mind that this is in the middle of an agricultural area. Worth a trip if your itineray is not too tight.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.