Yasuj is a city and capital of Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad Province known as the nature capital of Iran because of its lush vegetation, fertile soil and scenic waterfalls. It is also home to various nomadic tribes.
The city’s Historical attractions include the Old City of Dehdasht, which was founded by the Sassanids (226-651 CE) and later flourished under the Seljuqs (1038-1118) and Timurids (1370–1507), Kheyrabad Chahar Taqi, which is the ruins of an ancient Fire Temple built by Ardashir I the founder of the Sassanid dynasty (180-242) the Unifier, Cheshmeh Belqeis Garden, which locals believe was created in Sassanid times and revived in the Pahlavi era (1925-1979), and Charam Fortress which was built by the feudal lords of the region in the mid-Qajar era (1785-1925).
Yasuj’s natural attractions include Sisakht planes, where according to legend 30 Persian braves fell in battel, Tamoradi Canyon with its springs and a 15-meter waterfall, Mishi Spring, Ganjeyi Canyon, Yasuj Waterfall and Yasuj Forest Park.
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