Qandil Mountains

25/12/2019 10:36:00

The Qandil Mountains, are a mountainous area of Iraqi Kurdistan near the Iraq-Iran border. The region belongs to the Zagros mountain range and is difficult to access, with extremely rugged terrain. The highest peaks reach over 3,000m.


The area is notable for living groups of Kurdish people there, and approximately 5000 people lives there. They continue their own custom, and culture in Qandil Mountain despite of living in a high mountain which makes their daily works to be more difficult.


The Kurdish people living in Qandil mountain are having an attractive nature for being united together in doing their daily works and dividing it between the women and men, meaning inequality can not be seen there.





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