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  1. The Zarrineh River ( Persian: زرینه‌رود, lit. ' golden river ' Zarrineh-Rud, Zarriné-Rūd, Zarrinehrood) is a river in Kurdistan Province and West Azarbaijan Province, Iran. It is 302 km long, arising in the Zagros Mountains of Kurdistan Province south of Saqqez, where it is also known as the Jaqatoo River (Jaghatu Chay).

  2. Zarrineh Rood (Cheqtoy Chay) River Related to Orumieh city (located in West Azerbaijan province) This river originates from the mountains of Chehel Cheshmeh of Kurdestan. After flowing through the western part of the vast alluvial plain of Miandoab it divides into branches, ultimately flowing into lake Orumieh.

  3. The Zarrineh River flows northward and is dammed at Shahid Kazemi Dam or Sadd-e Kurosh-e Kabir (Dam of Cyrus the Great) at the border with West Azarbaijan, producing a large reservoir. There is a power plant there. The river continues north and slightly west past the cities of Shahin Dezh, Kashavar and Miandoab and into Lake Urmia. Although it ...

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    For other places with the same name, see Zarrineh (disambiguation). Zarrineh ( Persian: زرينه ‎, also Romanized as Zarrīneh) is a city and capital of Karaftu District, in Divandarreh County, Kurdistan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 1,272, in 266 families. The city is populated by Kurds. References

  5. Media in category "Zarrineh River" The following 12 files are in this category, out of 12 total. (((رود خانه زرینه رود))) - panoramio (1) ...

  6. Oct 18, 2021 · Zarrineh River is located in the northwest of Iran, providing more than 40% of the total inflow into the Lake Urmia that is one of the largest saltwater lakes on the earth. Lake Urmia is a highly endangered ecosystem on the brink of desiccation. This paper studied the impacts of climate change on the streamflow of Zarrineh River.

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