Jul 01, 2020 11:37 Asia/Tehran [Updated: Jul 01, 2020 12:27 Asia/Tehran]

Shandiz (IP) - Annually, about 28,000 tons of sour cherries are harvested from the orchards of Khorasan Razavi province, northeastern of Iran, and in addition to meeting domestic needs, they are also exported to countries in the region.

Iran Press/Iran News: One of these gardens is located in Shandiz village, 15 km from Mashhad. About 20 tons of cherries are harvested annually from this garden.

Five varieties of sour cherries are produced in Khorasan Razavi province, including at Shandiz orchards, and are exported to Afghanistan, Iraq, the UAE, and Russia.

Plenty of abundant springs and gardens has made Shandiz a tourist destination.

The weather in the Shandiz region is cool in summer, and many tourists choose the beautiful village of Shandiz as their summer travel destination. 101

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