Chalus River

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Chalus River and bridge in Mazandaran Province.

The Chalus River (Persian: رود چالوس‎‎) is a major river of central−northern Iran. It originates in Kandovan and Taleghan mountains and passes through city of Chalus in Mazandaran Province.

The river flows northward through the Central Alborz mountain range, to its river mouth on the southern Caspian Sea.

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Central Alborz mountain range map[edit]

Map of central Alborz Peaks: 1 Alam-Kuh
  -25 to 500 m
  500 to 1500 m
  1500 to 2500 m
  2500 to 3500 m
  3500 to 4500 m
  4500 to 5671 m
2 Azad Kuh 3 Damavand
4 Do Berar 5 Do Khaharan
6 Ghal'eh Gardan 7 Gorg
8 Kholeno 9 Mehr Chal
10 Mishineh Marg 11 Naz
12 Shah Alborz 13 Sialan
14 Tochal 15 Varavašt
Rivers: 0
1 Alamut 2 Chalus
3 Do Hezar 4 Haraz
5 Jajrood 6 Karaj
7 Kojoor 8 Lar
9 Noor 10 Sardab
11 Seh Hazar 12 Shahrood
Cities: 1 Amol
2 Chalus 3 Karaj
Other: D Dizin
E Emamzadeh Hashem K Kandovan Tunnel
* Latyan Dam ** Lar Dam

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