The most important rivers in Iran As location in the world's dry belt, Iran does not have rainfall and very rich water. The most Iranian River are :Sepidrood rivers, Karoon, Ghezel Ozan, Zayandehrood,Lordegan waterfalls, Seymareh, hot water in the Sarein area and hot springs in the northwest of Iran are among the most important water attractions in Iran.
The ways to use groundwater resources are different. Underground water may naturally flow out of the earth and flow (like springs), or remove and use a part of the earth through digging and digging (such as wells and aqueducts). Therefore, groundwater exhaustion is possible through three fountains, wells and aqueducts. In almost all cities and regions of Iran, there are hot and cold water springs, wells and karizas (Qnats), with unique architecture of the Karizas (Qnats) of spectacular Iran attractions.
The Iranian rivers, which make up part of the surface waters, can be divided into two categories in terms of their water content: one continuous intestine continuously flowing continuously in the bed and having a waterfall, and the other intestines Temporary or seasonal water that is only in some seasons and in some other seasons is low and dry. Iran's surface waters are divided into three major categories: seas and lakes, rivers and springs. Iran's intestines can be divided into three major areas of the Caspian Sea, the Gulf, the Gulf, and the Oman Sea and the inner water basin.