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Geographical Position, Lorestan 
Lorestan province situated to the west of Iran covers an area of 28,392 sq. km. The townships of this province are as follows: Khoram Abad, Borujerd, Aligoodarz, Dorood, Koohdasht, Azna, Delfan, Selseleh and Pol-e-Dokhtar. Khoram Abad is the center of the province. To the north it has common borders with the Markazil province and Hamadan province, to the south is Khuzestan province, to the east is Esfahan province and to the west are the provinces of Kermanshah and Ilam. In the year 1996, this province had a population of approximately 1.6 million, of which about 53.6% resided in the urban areas, 45.3% in the rural areas and the rest were non-residents. Lorestan province is a mountainous region. The highest most area is the 'Oshtoran Kooh' region at an altitude of 4,050 m. The low-lying areas being in the southern most sector of the province, approximately 500 m. above sea-level.
Climate, Lorestan 
Climatically, the province can be divided into three parts : the mountainous regions, such as Borujerd, Dorood, Azna, Noor Abad and Alishtar experience cold winters and moderate summers. In the central region, the spring season begins from mid-February and lasts till about mid May. The township of Khoram Abad is in this realm. The southern area is under the influence of the warm air currents of Khuzestan, have hot summers and relatively moderate winters. For example, Pol-e-Dokhtar and Papi .
Khorram Abaad-Tourism Attractions
Khorram Abaad is a city in and capital of Lorestan Province, Iran. Khorramabad is situated in the Zagros Mountains.The city population is predominantly Lur and Lak, although the two groups are closely related.Although not a major tourist destination, it is quite scenic and possesses several attractions, such as 5 Paleolithic cave-dwelling sites.[4] In the city center, a tall citadel called Falak-ol-Aflak (The Heaven of Heavens), a relic of the Sassanid era, is now a nationally popular museum. Economically, it is the regional base of the agricultural industry.
Khorramabad has what is classed under the Köppen climate classification as a Mediterranean climate (Csa), owing to its high altitude making it much wetter than lowland cities like Baghdad or cities more shielded from the Zagros Mountains like Esfahan and Tehran. It remains extremely hot in the summer even with very low humidity, but the winter is sufficiently wet for rainfed agriculture, though much colder than classic Mediterranean climates.