TEHRAN, May 09 (MNA) – The Seven Shirabad waterfalls is a touristic site in the northern Iranian village of Shirabad, in Golestan province that has been registered on the National Heritage List.

The highest waterfall has a height of 35 meters. There is a cave on top of the waterfalls. Water flows inside the cave, which is a habitat for wildlife species such as the Iranian salamander. A large part of the cave is in absolute darkness. There is a spring at the end of the cave. Water has formed a pool and stalactite stones in the cave.

There are various trees and shrubs outside the cave, such as hornbeam, maple, alder, Alexandrian laurel, and moss.

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