Revive the Zayandeh-Rood River to prevent land subsidence in Isfahan

Considering the worn-out textures of Isfahan as the hidden treasure, an expert in urban management said, "Undoubtedly, the project of Chaharbagh Avenue is an effective and useful project for reviving the worn-out textures."

Isfahan (IMNA) – "The worn-out textures in Isfahan are golden opportunities to invest in, since these textures are equipped with electricity, gas, and water infrastructure," Akbar Ghaemi said.

Referring to the characteristics of the cities which have the highest income in the world, he noted, "Cities which capture the historical and cultural flavor of countries, cities with transport characteristic (ports), and technology exporter cities have the highest amount of income. Isfahan is also a historical, cultural, and artistic city that can be put in this category, therefore, it is necessary to pay more attention to the revenue derived from tourism industry."

Pointing to the land subsidence in this historical city, Gheami said, "Whenever a problem happens in the earth's ecosystems, its harmful effects will be appeared under the earth as well. At this time that the Zayandeh-Rood River has been dried out for years, we are witnessing its dangerous effects including land subsidence that can create cracks in different areas."

"Land subsidence can create a terrible sound in the ground which is like an earthquake, and the only way to save Isfahan from land subsidence is reviving the Zayandeh-Rood River," he added.

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