Where is the salt water? Traveling to the north of the tourist town of Salt Abroad, the tourist attraction of Villascho

آبان 03, 1396
The history of salt water
The tourist city of Salt Abroad, located 12 kilometers west of Chalous, covers part of the area with an approximate area of ​​650 hectares. The northern boundary of these lands is formed by the Caspian Sea and its southern boundary is the Moden altitude (from the altitudes of the Alborz dynasty).

The existence of Banafsheh and Shamshad forest parks in the northern part of the Abroud salt settlement, with an approximate area of ​​200 hectares, has created landscapes in this part of the land. Meanwhile, in the south of the area, the mountaineering slopes are hard-pressed and with great visual appeal.

The original design of the Abaddo Salt House is provided by Das Consulting Engineers, Charkhab and Howard Humphrey. In the report of Howard Humphrey, it is assumed that the Chalous-Ramsar Road divides the area into two parts of the north and south, with the southern section of the road being devoted to Villasazi, and the northern part of the hotel and the proposed part of Marina and the related facilities and apartment complex Included.

Vegetable salt vegetable
Mazandaran forests are considered as one of the most important sources of wealth in the country. These forests have played a role in the moderation of air and the regulation of rivers, and they are also very important in terms of industry. The area of ​​the Mazandaran forests is estimated at about 1,544,000 hectares, of which the forests are often of broad-leaved trees and are quite distinct from other forests in Iran.

Factors such as the Caspian Sea and the mountains of the Alborz have caused a huge vegetation on the northern slopes of the mountains, so that in some areas of the human hand it has not been reached. This vegetation is very important in the weather of Mazandaran province. There are no more than 2500 meters above sea level due to the high temperatures of the forest. Wetlands of the northern slopes of Alborz are connected to the minivast and Golestan forests.

In the salt water area, due to distance from the Caspian Sea and the decrease of moisture, the type of trees and forest cover changes. Of the Mazandaran forests, there are many uses, including in the paper industry, wood processing, carpentry, fuel and coal production, and so on.

Types of Forest Trees
In salt-water woods, there are many kinds of forest trees, most notably:
Tall alder and hornbeam (at high altitudes) - free (at medium altitudes) - evangelical (at very low altitudes) - alder (in wet valleys and barren sides) - shamshad whose trees are always green (among the claws) Maple, Nurra, Elder (Mael or Oja) - Asparagus (Van) - Chestnut and Rush ... (Rush forests are of special economic importance).

Amber salt weather
In general, Mazandaran plain in northern Iran has a mild and humid climate, known as the temperate climate of the Caspian Sea. The factors affecting the climate of the Abrood salt include the presence of the Alborz mountains, elevation, proximity to the sea, vegetation, local winds, latitudes, and the advent of the northern and western masses, among the above factors The role of mountains and Caspian Sea and winds is more than other factors.

In general, two airflows affect the salt water area:
The first stream, the air coming from north and northeast of Siberia to Mazandaran and this mass in the winter causes cold weather and snow and rain, and rarely breaks out in the summer and causes the air to cool.

The second stream, the western winds that hit the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, which causes rain to fall in the winter and adds to humidity in the summer, as well as sullen.

Of course, there are also famous winds, including wind turbine sorotok (from Siberia in the winter), the winds of Khosh Abad, the valley of Noor, (Ozrova), Gil Wa, and Wind Sam in the salt water area. Due to the various factors affecting the climate of this province, there are three types of weather in this area: temperate plain, mountainous and temperate cold.

The Abbey Shelter Town Center has two major objectives:
- Creation of a Residential City - a resort to attract the non-resident population of the cities of Noshahr and Chalus
- Attraction of the population of Chalous and Noshahr cities

With regard to the above, the construction of the salt-water province was approved, and on 6/7/62 the Ministry of Housing and Urban Development was promulgated by the Ministry of Housing and Urban Development. The issuance of a license to build a salt farm in 1366, according to the same law.

In 1985, a development plan was developed for a part of the salt water area. This scheme is based on the structure of the main network of existing streets, which consists of a main ring and secondary communications streets. The main ring is bonded to residential units.

The residential areas of the Abadud Salt Village are the five neighborhoods with a total area of ​​230 hectares. Neighborhood No. 4 is located south of No. 1 neighborhood. The fifth neighborhood is located in the southeast corner and at the southern tip of the Abroud salt settlement. These neighborhoods each have a neighborhood center, where neighborhood center services are projected at these centers. These centers are designed in such a way as to have direct connection with the city center.

Urban saltwater sector
According to the comprehensive plan of construction of the tourist-recreational resort of salt Abroad, an area of ​​over 220 hectares has been allocated for permanent and seasonal residence of a population of more than 100,000 inhabitants.
Architectural features with different types of designs for villas and two-storey and high-rise buildings are anticipated.

Attractions of salt water
On the southeast edge of the salt brothel, the country’s highest telecottage is located. This salt trap was launched in 1372 with the efforts of Iranian experts. The salt water cabin is a 12-minute walk at a height of 970 meters to the summit of Mounboun Mountains with the nobility.
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