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The beautiful nature and ancient history of this region and the existence of the Arasbaran region and the diverse animal and plant species of the region and the ancient monuments attracts every tourist. Among the natural and historic areas of Ahar are: Sattar Khan Dam, Horand Tourist Area, Kental National Park, Mount Kamtal or Kental, Ghoshadagh Highlands and Ghoch Goli Lagoon, Pashtoo Castle, Nowdooz Castle, Sheikh Shahab Al-Din Ahari Tomb and Museum, Dr. Ghasem Ahari's house, Seghendeli’s inscription, Ahar Mosque and Joushin Castle.
Protected Zone of Sufi Chai
The protected area of Sufi Chai is located in East Azarbaijan Province with an area of 13097 hectares in Sahand Highlands and above Maragheh city which is very important due to its ecological importance, including the presence of red spot trout.
Sahand Protected Area
In addition to the habitat conditions for some wildlife and aquatic species, the validity of the Sahand protected area is due to the abundant water resources and the breadth and richness of the pastures, such as the Ligvan River, a protected habitat for red spot salmon. The Sahand Protected Area animal species can be named as Armenian sheep as endangered species as well as brown bears of the Gharagolakh, wild cat, wolf, fox and jackal. Partridge Chapel and various types of birds are among the most important species of birds in Sahand protected area.
Mehr Temple of Maragheh
Maragheh Temple is one of the first prehistoric settlements and temples of humanity and is located under a historic cemetery, where much of it is still under the soil. This monument belongs to the Parthian period and somewhere in which the ritual of compassion is performed. This ancient collection includes a graveyard, a temple and a historic site.
Maraghe Observatory, the largest observatory of the world in the period prior to the invention of the telescope, was built on a hill in the west of Maragheh, East Azerbaijan, when Maragheh was captured by Holaku Khan. The construction of the observatory lasted for 155 years. The issue was that Holaku focused on books and gadgets that have gained much conquest from Baghdad. Observations like the Chinese Observatory, as well as Samarghand Observatory, Istanbul and India, have been built with the Maraghe Observatory's pattern.
Hamuel Cave is located 12 km southwest of Maragheh and around the village of Goshayesh. The accumulation and life of a large group of pigeons inside this cave makes it famous for the pigeon's cave. The entrance to the cave is 8 meters and reaches 25 to 40 meters. Around the wells and walls and the roof of the second square, limestone deposits and stalactites have created interesting and beautiful sights.