The village is in a district called "Hawraman" which lies through the mountains of Shaho. The language spoken by the native people is a variant of Kurdish called Hewrami. The tomb of Kose Hajij is located in the village. There is a large spring about 2 kilometers away from the village called Kani Bil or Bil spring which is the largest Karst spring in the region.
The earliest archaeological records shows that the Hajij vicinity was inhabited by human since Middle Paleolithic Period. This evidence were discovered by archaeologists near the village and include stone tools that probably made by Neanderthals. .
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