Unveiling Myth and Nature: A Journey to the Zagrosian Tulip
Exploring Zagrosian Tulips, Stone Lions, and Ab Sefid Waterfall – A Perfect Tour Kick-off!
The inverted tulip is a bulbous and perennial herbaceous plant, of which 15 species have been identified in Iran. The pale yellow type of these flowers, the Zagrosian tulip, is between 50 and 80 cm tall. This plant is called Maryam’s tear or tear tulip in some parts of Iran. The origin of such a name goes back to mythological stories. Laleh witnessed Siavash’s death and was overcome with grief and tears. The tears of the inverted tulip are colorless sap inside the tulip and sometimes flow down.
To visit the plain of overturned tulips, we will pass through the rural areas of Aligudarz. In many rural tombs, we will see stone lions standing on the graves of the elders of the tribe. A stone lion or lion’s head is one of the symbols of the graves of prominent people of the tribe who were unique in their bravery, bravery, generosity and hospitality.
After visiting the rural areas, we will see one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the province, Ab Sefid Waterfall. The vegetation surrounding the waterfall in the spring and summer seasons has made it mesmerizing and attracts the eyes of every visitor.
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