The ZayandehRood River which is the most popular tourist attraction in Isfahan has been dried for about 10 years. When the Zayandeh-Rood River was alive, Isfahan atmosphere was full of energy and the agricultural lands were green and beautiful. Currently, everywhere you look, you will find dead farmlands and empty water wells that only reflect your sound. Certainly, the drought has affected Isfahni people's lives in different ways, since their life were tied to the presence of the river. A large group of people live in the east part of Isfahan are farmers; unfortunately, decade-long drought has made many farmers to abandon their lands and seek employment in urban areas.

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