|Location||East Azarbaijan Province|
Lake Gori (also Lake Ghouri) is a small fresh to brackish lake in the uplands of East Azarbaijan Province in northwestern Iran. Together with the adjacent reed marshes it is an important breeding area for waterfowl. A 1.2 km² site was designated as a Ramsar Convention wetland protection site on 23 June 1975.
- "Gori Gol (Important Birds Areas of Iran, Islamic Republic of)"
- "Lake Gori" at World Database on Protected Areas (WDPA)
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