Photo : Dasht Kavir

/ Photo ID: #1896


/ Date taken : May 17, 2020

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Photo by: Afshin Iranpour



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Dimensions: 4000 * 3000
File Size: 4948909
Make: Canon
Model: Canon PowerShot G9
Mime: image/jpeg
DateTime: 2008:02:12 15:04:52
Shutter Speed Value: 329/32
Aperture Value: 128/32
Exposure Bias Value: 0/3
Flash: 24
Focal Length: 29167/1000
X Resolution: 180/1
Y Resolution: 180/1
Resolution Unit: 2
Dasht Kavir


Dasht-e Kavir (Persian: دشت كوير‎, lit. 'Low Plains' in classical Persian, from khwar (low), and dasht (plain, flatland), also known as Kavir-e Namak (lit. 'salty lowlands') and the Great Salt Desert, is a large desert lying in the middle of the Iranian plateau. It is about 800-kilometre-long (500 mi) by 320-kilometre-wide (200 mi) with a total surface area of about 77,600 km2 (30,000 sq mi), making it the Earth's 24th largest desert.[1] The area of this desert stretches from the Alborz mountain range in the north-west to the Dasht-e Lut in the south-east. It is partitioned among the Iranian provinces of Khorasan, Semnan, Tehran, Isfahan and Yazd.

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