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Country  Iran
Bakhsh  Central
Time zone  IRST (UTC+3:30)
Population  552 (2011)
Province  Ardabil Province
County  Khalkhal
Rural District  North Khvoresh Rostam
Local time  Saturday 5:30 PM
Area code  045
Weather  6°C, Wind SW at 14 km/h, 81% Humidity

Susahab (سوسهاب, also Romanized as Sūsahāb; also known as Susava) is a village in the Khalkhal county, Ardebil Province, Iran. It is believed that this name is due to so many springs which are exist there. The most important of these springs are: Turkan bulaqi, Soyuq bulaq, Dash bulaq, Qani bulaq and so on.


Map of Susahab, Iran


At the 2011 census, its population was 552, in 166 families (including 275 men and 277 women).

Tourist attractions

Because of its original nature Susahab is one of the tourist destinations. People who are interested in climbing will love the Agh Dagh mountain. Agh Dagh is khalkhal's highest mountain. Its peak is 3321 meters.

More information

To find more information, we invite you to see:


Susahab Wikipedia

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