There are remnants of a 400-year-old road in the city of Jahrom, whose inhabitants are called the road of spice. The spice road was constructed in Bandar Abbas during the Safavid period, and it was also passed from the cities of Lar and Jahrom to Isfahan. There are four water reservoirs and two caravanserai in the vicinity of the village of Chah-e-Talkh, but from the mountainside there is a high mountain road, which is one of the masterpieces of engineering and road construction. .
In the past, merchants and people at that time took products such as textiles and spices from India to Bandar Abbas and from there to other cities, including Isfahan, which is why they chose the name of spice for this road. Now only five kilometers of this road remain in the city of Jahrom, and about one kilometer from the paving road, and the remains of historical works are on the way. Also, according to some experts during the Safavid period, there was also a bridge in the area, which unfortunately does not have any effect at this time.
Shardin traveled by travelers in the year 1059 Hijri Shamsi spice road and wrote in his travel book that Alborz Mountains are the most difficult and dangerous mountain in Iran and a paving road with a width of more than four steps only route Crossing this mountain. At the top of this mountain there are three water reservoirs that are due to water droughts.Suggested by SMS