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Qeshm's spectacular place
Qeshm is known for its caves like Qeshm Caves and Kharbes Cave, which is 12 km from Qeshmn on the southern road, near the mountain overlooking the sea and the middle of the plain. The gharb is the cave of the sea which is caused by the discharge of the sand from The cavity of rocks and whirlpools has emerged.
As the cavern was enlarged in sections of the middle hall and open-air corridors, in pre-Islamic periods it was most likely to be used as a sanctuary or a holy sanctuary by the people. Buy Qeshm Ticket Click.
Where's the cave of Kharbaz?
The large village of Kharbbas is now completely destroyed and there are no remains of the cemetery and debris. From the old times until the Sassanid period (1400 years ago), this village was a local area and a place for visitors to sailors and sailors. Kharbas is a term that can be found in the language.
The melons are located in a large mist on a 10 km distance from the west of Qeshm, surrounded by circular, hilly, long, coral reefs. These heights overlooking the city and the city has a short distance from the sea. On the right, there is a large pond or waterfall with the rocks that date back to the Sasanian period.
In the walls of these rocks and overlooking there, there are several caverns at an altitude of 20 to 30 meters, which are famous for the caves of Kharbes, which have been widely spoken about.
Kharbas cave antiquity
On the north side of Mirandash Kharbes, we see the stone works of the castle, which is believed to have been rebuilt in the next period (from Safavid times). It was immediately near the thickets of Kharbes facing this castle, the large and ancient cemetery There are pre-Islamic and post-Islamic graves in it.
These caves, except for the geological phenomena, are along with other phenomena and mountains and the Qeshm Island itself is the trail of the Zagros Mountains that have been underwater since the millennia. It is clear that these caves have undergone various changes during subsequent civilizations.
From the outside, its natural and geological structure has been preserved from the inside with a range of atriums, halls and numerous rooms with dimensions of 5.5 × 4 meters, and the springs and staircases facing the north and south, indicating that people from ancient times They lived on the island.
By the time and according to their needs, people changed the shape and the image of these caves and their walls.
The mysterious and impenetrable form of the Kharbas cave and its mounting on the high mountain indicates that during the Medes period, this is the place for the Mehr Mosque and a place to praise the goddess Mitra.
Compare the Kharbas caves in terms of structure and structure with the catacombs of Azerbaijan, Kurdistan, Lorestan, Bushehr, Ahvaz and Shushtar. The Kharbas caves, in particular, have preserved their original interior space.
Today, along the wall of the Shahid Shahid Shahid, which is located on the right side of these caves, new halls and corridors are carved by the artist's stones in the heart of the mountain, which, as a new pattern, help in identifying the main caves. Within these new caves and atriums, they created roles inspired by ancient designs, all of which are of an ancient and symbolic character.
Some Kharbas caves are considered as Temple of Mehr, others are considered by the Students, who knew the location of the bones of the dead after death, in Zoroaster's religion, but they were definitely shelters for the defenseless people who had lived in the plain in the plain of melon for drumming from pirates. Who attacked them.
Inevitably, these tangled holes were created in the walls of the wall in the form of caverns, so that when they feel at risk, they can bring children, women, and old men to the caves; bread, water and food are also rocks to defend and throw up the They have given them their control and they are confronted with the enemy of the plunderer.
These caverns were nesting corridors with a central hall, which was located in the same place as the two small icicles. At the mouth of these caves there is a breakthrough for storing rain water, which is most of the rainy days.
In the present day, over a cave, there is always a pair of angler eagles (which is a rare and well-liked eagle in the world and abundant in Qeshm Island), which are nesting in the rocky altitudes.
Sights of the Cave of Khalbes
An interesting point about the melon caves is that they are a mouse that lives in the dark corner of the cave reserves (underneath caverns) and is constantly growing and growing. Environmental experts have seen the generation of this animal extinct because of the use of pesticides in the world, but it is hoping that rats' bats are now living in full-fledged caves.
The village of Kharbes (Khalabs) is located on the way to Qeshm to the Romachah and Sousa, and is now vacant.
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