3000-year-old qanat to emerge as Iran’s newest tourist appeal


TEHRAN – Efforts are underway to revive the ancient marvel of Qanat-e Zarch, a 3000-year-old subterranean aqueduct stretched in central Iran, as part of a move to enhance tourism prospects in the region.

This ambitious initiative is poised to not only revive a historical treasure but also fortify the local economy, according to Zarch’s governor Morteza Zibaian.

Highlighting the far-reaching benefits of resurrecting the 3000-year-old Qanat-e Zarch, the governor underscored its potential to significantly bolster the local economy while concurrently amplifying tourism opportunities.




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