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Wafs village; A historical and beautiful village in Komijan

Villages are among the most important tourist attractions of countries for various reasons, including social system, traditional architectural context, subcultures and attractive nature; Attractions that attract more and more domestic and foreign tourists every day before the day before. Fortunately, in Iran, in terms of geographical location, land area, racial diversity, there are many villages that have been less considered for a long time. One of these villages, Village of Wafs Komijan LT is. Join us in this fascinating and readable article to know where the village of Wafs is and to get more acquainted with the sights of the village of Wafs.

Wafs Komijan village is a village in Markazi province. This village has unique tourist attractions and capabilities for domestic and foreign visitors and with its beautiful landscape, lush gardens, natural features, beautiful heights and topography, suitable climate, organic texture and location of areas. The surrounding tourism near the region is considered as an important tourist hub of the province.

Sights of Wafs Village 16 km north Komijan and in a mountainous area And the cold has settled in the valley of Wafs and is surrounded by villages such as Aqcheh Qaleh, Chehre Qan and Amreh. According to what was written in a certain culture, it had a population of 4216 people. The village has facilities such as piped drinking water, electricity, telephone, telecommunication center, health house, primary school, middle school, high school and mosque, and in the north are the dry mountain of the valley at a height of 2160 meters and the mountain of the Tea Association. In the south and southeast, Qalnjeh mountain is located at an altitude of 2698 meters and in the west, Dezli mountain, Shengeh Dareh mountain and Dolaji mountain are located at an altitude of 2463 meters.

– The sights of Vafs village are located on the natural slope of the earth in the form of V Vegetation and nature are four seasons and change due to the mountainous nature of the region. A combination of hills, mountains and vegetation The Vafs River flows through the residential fabric of the village and the surrounding gardens. Wafsi dialect is a very old and surviving one of the ancient dialects of Persian and the material period. Wafsi dates back to the seventh century AH according to existing documents It goes back, but the works show that Wafs is much older than what has been narrated in history. Important historical events of Wafs include the Wafs massacre, during which Wafs farahan and Ashtian has been repeatedly manipulated by the events and rulers of the era And sometimes they are completely destroyed.

The location of the houses on the slope of the land shows the appearance of the village as if each house is located on one side on the valleys and slopes and on the other side on the house downstream. Wafs is so in harmony with the surrounding nature that in the perspective of the village, the texture of the building appears in the form of natural wrinkles on the slopes of high hills. The architectural form in this village follows the form of the cold villages of Iran. The presence of the valley hill and the steep slope of the surrounding mountains has caused all the residential texture to be concentrated on the hill and the valley to be allocated to the orchards of fertile trees.

The buildings of Vafs Komijan village are mostly on two floors and with little infrastructure. On the lower floor of the kitchen, there were spaces for keeping livestock and sometimes in the winter, and the second floor was reserved for guests and summer residents. The entrance of most buildings has two floors, the second floor is used for storage and drying products. The materials used in the construction of houses are mostly stratified and clay, which minimizes heat loss. In addition to mud, stratification, and clay, rubble from the area has been used extensively to build thick walls and towers.

Doors and ceilings are all made of wood and lattice windows provide the beauty of home lighting. The roofs are flat and covered with thatch. Most of the residents are gardeners and ranchers, and industries such as carpentry and blacksmithing have a long history in the village.

Arbabi House : A valuable building with personal property left over from the Qajar period with wooden columns and capitals. – Wafs Gardens Alley : Alley Slopes with a gentle slope with short stone porcelain walls. Water mills : several hundred years old, which in addition to serving the people of Wafs, in the seasons when the roads are not covered with snow and traffic is easier, service to remote villages They had. – Old bath : A model taken from traditional Iranian baths that need to be repaired.

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