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The Qom ( other transcription: Qom ) is a river in Iran, which flows through the eponymous city of Qom. It is fed by water from the Zagros Mountains and flows into the Salt Lake Namak. Together with the Qareh it reaches a length of approximately 400 kilometers. The water flow varies between four and 312 cubic meters per second, also affected by water withdrawals for irrigation. Nevertheless, he is one of the few rivers in Iran, permanently flowing.
- River in Asia
- River in Iran
- Water system Namaksee