Satyari Paveh village is one of the beautiful villages located in Paveh city And despite the many attractive and spectacular villages in this city, Satyari has special and unique beauties that can be effective in attracting tourists. For example, the stepped and traditional texture of this village, which has doubled its beauty, has a special attraction for tourists. Also, during the trip to this village, fun programs such as entertaining with organic food, touring the village and setting up an exhibition of local products will be waiting for you. Join us in this fascinating and readable article to introduce you to some of the sights of Satyari village.
This village is located at a distance of 25 km from Paveh city and in Shiveh Sar district and is the closest village to Bayangan section. Satyari nature has four seasons and has a very pleasant climate. The slopes of the village are covered with white trees in winter and full of trees in spring. The products of the village gardens are fruits such as cherries, peaches, apricots, plums, pears, grapes and figs, and you should know that most of the trees in this village are walnut, almond and grape trees. The vineyards around the village double the beauty of Satyari village.
Pollen is a mountainous area with a very cool and natural climate in Satyari village. The herdsmen of this village migrate to this beautiful mountainous region in spring and live in pollen for two to three months. We suggest that if you travel to Satyari village of Paveh, do not miss visiting the pollen in any way.
Satyari (Akh) is from Javanrood rural district, Paveh section of Sanandaj city, located 12 thousand yards southwest of Paveh and 10 thousand yards west of the road on Kermanshah city to Paveh. It is mountainous and cold, it drinks from spring water and its products are grains, tobacco, dairy products and wool and oil. It has 388 inhabitants who are engaged in agriculture and herding and the way is by car.
In summer, the men go to the surrounding mountains in groups of two or three, and each group settles in its own area. Each group has a master and one or two workers, each with specific tasks. The first step is to prepare flowers from suitable mountain soil and knock them to the ground until the right flowers are ready to be molded. In the second stage, the master begins to make grooves in the van tree, which in the local language of the village is called “Le Le”. The reason for creating a groove in the tree is getting its sap, which is called turpentine sap. Once the grooves are done, it is time to place the molds made of clay under the grooves.
Now, it’s time to guard and take care of the templates. After 10 to 15 days, the second groove should be made on the first groove, because the juice of the first groove decreases automatically. In the local language, the second groove is called “Do Leh Leh” and after 10 days, it is time to create the third groove. Now, 7 days after the creation of the third groove, the craftsmen and workers start digging the molds and harvesting the turpentine and collecting it in special containers called ten savois. Now, to purify turpentine, special nets are spread in front of the sunlight and turpentine is poured on it to purify the garbage and its excesses.
The village of Satyari Paveh had a completely old texture until a few years ago, but since about 4 years ago, almost most of the houses have been renovated and a number of new houses have been added to the village. Currently, Satyari village has more than 200 buildings. The road leading to Satyari is paved up to 100 meters from the village and from there it is paved. Unique features that could make this region a unique tourist destination are such as stone architecture, steps and harmony with nature, unique hospitality culture and hospitality, as well as rural lifestyle and its pristine and beautiful nature. One of the most important measures taken for the purpose of tourism activities in Satyari is the design of the Satyari Ecocamp accommodation, which was approved by the Cultural Heritage Organization of the province.