Residents of Imamzadeh Ebrahim’s village became tent-dwellers

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Residents of Imamzadeh Ebrahim's village became tent-dwellers

The residents of Imamzadeh Ibrahim village took shelter in tents.

Red Crescent relief tents were set up to accommodate the residents of Imamzadeh Ibrahim village in Shaft, Gilan province, who had lost their homes in a fire on Friday, 23 April 2024.

In this fire, 120 houses, shops, and residential units were destroyed.

Imamzadeh Ibrahim Shaft tourist village is located 48 kilometers from Rasht in Chubar district in a cold mountainous region, known for its colorful and wooden multi-story buildings, pristine springs, and breathtaking nature. It hosts tourists and pilgrims every year in spring and summer.


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