(Persia Digest) – Dumuli is a village in Angut rural district, near Garmi town, a 170kms north of Ardabil in northwestern Iran. It has a population of 187 people.
Dumuli is one of a few villages which has preserved its old fabric; a village where modernity has not conquered tradition yet. The inhabitants are farmers and keep livestock for their living. One of its unique advantages is that it overlooks the Dumuli Geopark, significantly contributing to its elongated architecture.
Photos: Bahram Adshirinpour
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