It is the largest city in the province of Semnan. To the north, it is surrounded by the Alborz Mountains, while to the south it borders the arid salt deserts. The river Tash, after passing through this city, reaches the southern deserts. The climate in the mountainous areas is cold and quite temperate in other parts of the city.

Traces of an 8,000-year-old prehistoric settlement were found in Shahrud in 2006. The finds included kilns, artisan workshops, and other evidence of the prehistoric lifestyle.

Haft-Rang Spring (Seven Colors)

It is located in the protected area of ​​the Shahrud district and in the central Alborz Mountains. Agriculture and livestock are the main occupations due to the abundance of water and fertile land in the area, which makes it possible to grow a type of grape. In fact, Shahrud’s raisins are among the best in Iran. This spring has always been the center of interest for the inhabitants of the region for the beauty of its colors: blue, turquoise, orange, mercury and brown, and for its health benefits.

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Reza Abad Village

The nomadic village of Reza Abad is located 120 kilometers southeast of Biarjemand and 240 kilometers east of Shahrud, characterized by black tents (Siah Chador), emigration of nomads, traditional men’s and women’s clothing.

Cloud forest

It is one of the oldest and most beautiful forests in Iran, with rare plant and animal species, and is one of the most beautiful places in the city of Shahrud. In this forest, the clouds are as close to the trees as if the forest were above the clouds and you can walk through them. According to what most Iranians think, it is one of the most beautiful natural places in Iran.

Amirieh Bath

This old bath from the Qajar era is located in the Amir Azam Amirieh building. The bathroom consisted of two main rooms with stone walls and a domed brick ceiling. In each of these rooms are four rounded stone columns beautifully carved and decorated with floral motifs. Also, there is a white stone bathtub or (Howz) in the main room.


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