Kermanshah; Zardoui village in historical region of Uramanat
Kermanshah (IP) - Uramanat in the west of Iran in Kermanshah province is a historical site and a top-notch place for tourism and tourists.
Zardoui belongs to the pre-Islamic era and the people who live here believe that the village was named after Zoroaster.
At the 2006 census, its population was 1,078, in 258 families.
Uramanat is located in the east of Kermanshah and the south of Kurdistan province and it also is one of the biggest intact regions in the west of Iran.
Water springs, fruit gardens including pomegranate gardens and high mountains, have turned the Uramanat into a beautiful and tourist-attracting area all year round. 207/211/219