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Iran Tourism in Lovech village

Iran Tourism in Lovech village

Lovech Village, located in the northern city of Mazandaran, is among the valleys of the Alborz Mountains. It is considered as one of the attractive attractions of nature throughout the country with its spectacular nature and tourist attractions such as the Lavij spa and its “Harm Ha” cascade. 

Also, the presence of Nima Yushi’s house in the village of Yosh, near the village of Lovech, the Antoine Moghaddas Church in the Haikashan town and the Abperry cascade has also added to the attraction of visiting the area. On the slopes of the eastern mountains of the Lavian countryside, there are hot springs containing sulfur mineral minerals that are useful for skin diseases, joint pains, back pain, and, especially, relaxation.

 The complex has good quality amenities such as a shower and a pool and a bath. Guests can also visit the inn and the suites adjoining these spa springs to stay in this area.

Due to the nature of the Lavian countryside, beekeeping and beekeeping are among the most popular businesses in the area, and the natural honey of lavij with its unique flavor is the main souvenir of the village. Also, local wood products and local dairy products from Lavij are also among other products that have always been popular among tourists in the area.

 To reach this village, after entering Chamestan from the west, a beautiful, asphalt road extending south from the main road crossed the Kashkal Forest Park and eventually reached Lavij.

The village of Lavij (according to the people of Lovech city) is one of the villages of Chamestan city of Noor, located 17 km south of Chamestan. Famous for the countryside, it has a beautiful landscape and natural spa. 

The village of Lovech is located in the south of Chamestan, among the forest and beautiful valleys of Alborz. At km 3, Chamestan leads to the light of a beautiful paved path to the south of the main road passing through the Kaspil Forest Park to Lavj.

Hot water from Lewis, with therapeutic benefits for bone pain and joints and skin diseases, always attracts many tourists in all seasons. Proper facilities are also available in the area for accommodation and use of mineral water.

Currently, the warm water of Lavij is divided into two distinct females and men, with two separate pools, each with a capacity of 10 to 20 people, as well as two men’s special bodybuilders and a women’s exclusive shower.

The village of Lovech spawns on the slopes of the eastern lavish mountains from the heart of the earth. This warm water contains many mineral and sulfur minerals, which are very useful for skin diseases and pains in the back, back and most importantly for relaxation.

From its famous spa, it can be called Lavij “Bibno”, “Shafel” and so on, each of which has its own properties. The spa is equipped with amenities such as a shower, a pool and a bathtub.

Around the village of Lavij is a large fence of the Alborz mountains, covered in spring and summer with grassy and lush trees that create delightful landscapes. This area enjoys a very pleasant climate in the spring and summer, with its unique nature and greenery attracting many travelers and tourists.

The area now has three home-made homes alongside the spa and two suites and hundreds of homes and villas for rent, which, given the huge number of passengers in the spring and summer, does not have the capacity to cater to all guests.

Lovech Forest:
One of the attractive features of the Lavian Nature, its densely populated forest, up to 2500 meters above sea level, and especially its beech trees, a reminder of the past periods of the Hyrcanian forests millions of years ago.

Travelers are less likely to use this roadblende, the lush forests of the roads, the groves and the mineral water of Lavia, and do not use this unique natural landscape that has been shown on the magnificent scenes of the nature of Lavigne. This is while memories of the journey from these forests will never be forgotten, and traveling through these long forests to any tourist has an interesting and memorable experience.

The lavian forests are rich in varieties of vegetation and trees, and in each area, the Sarani Spring springs out of the earth, and each season has wild and forested gardens. The spring with white blooms, the green summer and the autumn of a thousand colors are considered to be interesting and natural attractions.

Introducing his Haram Waterfall:
Another natural attraction of Lewis is the “Haram Hash” waterfall, with its abundant amount of water flowing from the earth, is located on the Chamandan Road to Lovech, with cool and cooled water and always welcomes many tourists.

The path is the road and has elements of mountain and forest space. This cascade has excellent facilities for guests to enjoy. It is quoted as saying about it (verbally) that this water is known as its “shrine” because it flows down from high altitudes and flows down the bottom of the shrine of Imam Khomeini, where it is burial, and (he ) In the language of Tabari means water and combines these two meanings of the water coming from the shrine. This term has changed over time for his haram.

Lavij Abadi is an unknown historical landmark of ancient tales. A land that is very far-flung, abandoned and inhabited, it looks like a huge natural castle. Therefore, they were always considered by the sovereigns and were a suitable place for the comfort of the rulers and rulers in search of peace and escape from the enemy.

The history of this village is a combination of myths and realities. Therefore, as all the mythological narratives are vague and mysterious, when events and events come close to the boundary of myth.
The Levite Strait is the site of important historical battles and escapades for commanders, emirs, rulers and rulers, sometimes for local rulers as well as for the great rulers.

The unpublished history of Laweij dates back to the Sassanid era and even before it. The remains of numerous ruins, graves and objects and discoveries reveal a long history and give a vivid picture of the historical and natural life of the people in this region.

There are many grave graves in the Lavjian area. The main focus of these graves, one in the hills overlooking the village of Kiakala in a place called “Sarkhman”, and another in the hillside of the highest internal hills overlooking the lobbies of Lavj, is known in the southern part of the Hassalima or Heslima Neck.

In addition to gravestones, it is thought that there might be a fire temple … There was a full text over this hill. Among the objects discovered, quoted by the people, are the coins dating back to the Sasanian era, and the jewelry of Zarrin and Simin, including necklaces, earrings, bracelets and swords, and so on.

There is no sign or written effect from the date of this settlement to the Islamic period. There is also no detailed and accurate information on local sources and chronology of events and events related to the Arab-Muslim conquests in Tabaristan until the second half of the third century AH, ie the capture of the Alevian dynasty of Tabarestan.

In the past, many of the home-grown building materials were provided with natural materials. The houses are located in close proximity to each other, and they do not separate any fence and barrier, indicating the kinship and emotional relationships of the past.

Lovech village amenities Lovech has three home-made homes next to the spa, two suites and hundreds of homes and rental villas. Honey and dairy Lavage, which is known in its own right, is one of the souvenirs of this region that has many fans. 

The village has 9 mosques, 7 primary schools, 2 high school girls and boys, 2 male and female secondary schools, 4 health houses, 6 bakeries, 6 bathrooms and telecommunications, oil companies, a health center, a library and a gym.

Access path
to the beautiful village of Lovech, you can reach the beautiful city of Nour following the paths of Mubarakabad, Solar, Plover, Goznak, Larijan, Abasak, Niak, Sarcheshmeh, Chalou and Mohammadabad, and then to Chamestan, which is the main road. From there, a route to the left brings you to Lavigne.

Access path

This village is located 18 kilometers south of Chamestan among the beautiful Alberz forest and valleys. The natural tourist attractions of the small and small area of ​​Lavigne have unparalleled ecotourism.
Its recreational and tourist destinations include: Kaskil Forest Park, Haram Waterfall, Forest Roads, Lavian Mineral Spa, Sardar, Eunion Forest, Nomina Ranges and Meadows, Springs and Flooded Rivers, Izawa Birdland, Birdland and Mountains covered with massive trees and woods. 

One of the attractive effects of the Lavian nature, its massive and densely populated forest is up to 2500 meters above sea level, and especially its beech trees, a reminder of the past ages of the Hirkani forests millions of years ago.

The lavian elephant lake, which is believed to be the oldest spa resort in Lovech, is the management of Aghili Brothers (Seyyed Hossein and Seyyed Sadegh), which also has many medical and medical properties that are naturally present due to the presence of sulfur that is microbial decay. There is also a Phil Stone building, which has a long history, in this place, which is not empty. 

Chamestan Road passes through Lakeman Park from Kaskeshpat Park and passes through the forest, providing a pleasant atmosphere for tourists. The spa has convenient facilities such as a swimming pool and a bathtub.

Elephant rock
in the center of the village of Lovech, there is a large stones that, as a result of natural elements and natural erosion, appear as a satin elephant, the travelers of this beautifully visited village visit this natural and unique landscape. After a short walk of warm water in Lovech, you can also visit the elephant’s rock, with at least ten minutes walking.

Nature attractions:
Jungle forest roads : Located 20 km from Lovech village and on the way to Lahijev to Kerche. 
Eunion Forest: Located 10 km from the village of Lovech and on the way to Kia Kakla Head. 

Isawa’s beautiful summer lodge is 25 km away from Lovech village and on the way to Lavjic, Bebnak.
Mir Khamand district: 35 km from Lovech village and on the way to Lahijan to Bebnak. 

Kaskil Forest Park: At the beginning of the asphalt road of Lavij, on the Chamestan axis to Amol, lies 15 km from the village of Lavij, the forest and the Kashkal spring are from the proximity of the Lavian region, so that the fountains and trees The tied forest combines a beautiful figure of nature in the eyes of its viewers.

This forest park on the beautiful Lovech River, with breathtaking spring springs, residential facilities and children’s playground, has transformed the park into a place for people in the region and non-indigenous travelers.
Haram Waterfall: Her Haram Waterfall, with its abundant amount of water flowing from the ground, is located on the Chamestan road to Lovech, 3 km from the village of Lavij, and has cool and cooled water. 

Shafel Spa: Shapal Spa is another spa village. At the end of the Lavigne, there is the village of Lavij’s Cyacos. We also recommend visiting the travels and the nature of the tribes.

Imamzadeh Saleh Cultural Attractions: Imamzadeh Saleh is at the highest elevation in the village of Lavij in Chamestan Noor.
Local market: Local market of Lovech is also spectacular. Although it’s not so big, it’s traditional and beautiful and attracts your attention when it comes to getting started.

The spiritual
hotspots are the official cyrian cyber that has been used to build houses in this village. The people drank flowers together, put them in a field of straw and grains left in the barley of wheat and wheat, and made them clay by kicking it. The rocks around the river and lumber and ribs (small pieces of rectangular and thin wood to cover the roof) made of wood of the forest were made with the help of the people of the forest, and even to close and tighten these wood from the bark of trees They used. Everyone together helped build a home without having to have a look. 

The spiritual

The villages around the river have farmsteads that handle rice planting, planting and harvesting, and also irrigation, cooperate.
Together, they create rivers for the use of river water, while folding and harvesting, they helped each other reciprocate and call this “helping hand” mutual aid. 

Men and women worked together and made food together, and they ate together the fields and fields. Each villager had a herd of sheep and goats and several cows and calves, and from each family, children of different ages gathered their flocks, and why they went to the forest, and the girls and boys were like brothers and sisters And they gathered for herds, forages, and leaves of the trees; and everyone gathered a stack of firewood for his house, bringing the herds to the village again at dusk, and each one separating his livestock and taking home with him.

The land of the Lavian region has many roughnesses. However, people were busy planting barley and wheat, which was a difficult task.
Sometimes they collaborated on planting and harvesting. They say that the earth is a person and they plant the seeds together, mix it together and harvest it together and halve the product. This is a tradition called “sympathy” Or they say, and they say they are “cooperated” if they help get their own crop. 

Bazgari also means: one man gave money and land, and someone else worked on the ground and then cut the product half.
Also called “Vorhytk” (“helper”) is also used to help get grounded.

Collection of medicinal and edible plants
In the late spring, women and girls in the village go to the district collectively and collect medicinal and edible herbs. Among them are: Angelica, which is used for both food and smoke spast; other types of plants such as semen, germs, almonds (like scallops) and … which are used for a variety of foods and have medicinal properties.

In the summer As the forest comes, bunch of women and girls go to the surrounding forests to pick up the plums, raspberries, grapes, hawthorns, barberry, woody apple and wild persimmons. 
Make raspberries, jam, and any other fruit pickle or dill, or dry some and use it during the winter. 

When collecting a species of wild mushroom that goes after the intense thunderstorm in the woods, most boys and men go to the forest to collect it.
The mothers who get a fruit called “Furmani” use sugar.

In the end of summer, people go to the woods and the surrounding gardens to pick the walnut, and the stronger grow on the tree and the rest are gathered at the bottom of the tree, and after they bring the walnuts to the village, they put it in the warehouse and all the families are gathered together and They peel the walnuts and divide them among themselves.

Closing the cradle
Since the wedding ceremonies are a bit different from everywhere, we repeat it and draw a cradle (Gayer Venny). 

After the birth of the child, the mother of the bride for the child provides clothing, a dresser, toy and all the necessary supplies for life and from birth to the age of 7, and presents her daughter and her son-in-law with a cradle on the third day of the child’s birth All relatives and acquaintances are gathered together and they close the child in a cradle and break the cradle of walnut so that the child does not get toothache and pray for the child to not shake the earthquake, thunder, storm and noise of the parents and, at the end of the relatives and relatives Give money to the child, give them gold and give birth.

On the fifth night of the birth, the parents of the bride give all relatives and relatives.

On Wednesday last week of every year the ceremony Wednesday Suri (in Mazandaran: Pedram S) held village women all gathered and the morning of Wednesday Ashi field in which, of the seven types of pickles, including: Pomegranate juice , Ginger juice, juice, green tomatoes, vinegar, orange juice and lemon juice, and they call it “Seven Pickles” and they both eat and spread among the villagers. Celebrate in the evening and they wish for themselves and their families happiness and fire.

Celebration of Thirteenth Shoosh in July is another 13th Tir Shah
Festival dedicated to Mazandaran and will be held in mid-November. 
At this night, children and teenagers are thrown into the houses of the people and they receive food, and the parents of the girl and the newly wedded boys give them gifts. 

The groom’s mother supplies and sends for the bride of Ash; clothing, shoes, scarves, henna, sugar, and other supplies; instead, the bride’s mother brings local bread, dentifrices, cooked eggs, sweets and fruits to the groom’s house. The groom’s mother distributes them to relatives and acquaintances.

Ceremony 26th Eid Moon
Traditional 26th Eid of the Tabernacle Monthly on July 26th, which is held in most villages of Mazandaran including Lovech. 
According to the old believer, Fereydoun, the pious king, will chain Zahak the tyrant in Damavand, and the people of Lavj on this day will be the “Lucho ship” (the native vessel who hangs the prize on the top of the tree and if it is a prize for calves and sheep, then it will be They will hold and run and each year one of the residents will be awarded to all the contestants and will be awarded to the winners.

Teeth series is
one of the childhood ceremonies, a series of toothpicks that coincide with the appearance of the first teeth of the child. 
At this ceremony, the mother of the child, the rice milk, or the honey that contains the various kinds of beans, makes a cup of tea to the house of relatives and friends. 
Typically, it is customary for people to give away gifts such as socks, scarves, or money when they return the bowl.

souvenirs are the best souvenir of Lewis, which is enjoyed after using the mineral spa and seeing the waterfall, the river and the forest! 
But natural lavender honey can not be easily passed, the honey from the lavender mushrooms is unique. 
The garlic of Lavij is also prominent. You can find plenty of dairy products in Lovech. Local livestock and eggs and Lavender homemade bread should be experienced. 

Add walnuts and hazelnuts to lavian souvenirs. With a variety of veggies in the car park on the Lavian hills, and the production of Lavender trout, experience the best vegetable plum with memorable fish in a night in Lavian.

Other Lewis souvenirs are wooden handicrafts due to the fact that the area is surrounded by forests and massive trees. Which in the past was not far from the important means of life of the people of the region, but nowadays it is mostly ornamental. As these handicrafts are adorned with shops and handicrafts in the region and adjoining cities.

Since the area has plenty of vegetation and plenty of water, you are trapped in the next occupations of the Lavian people. Yogurt, milk, cheese, dough, and local lobsters have a reputation among travelers.

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