Jun 7, 2021, 7:15 PM
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Lilium ledebourii (Sousan-e Chehel Cheraagh) is a rare Asian species of plants in the Lily family which was discovered in 1975 by a scientist named Lederbouri and was registered as a national and natural phenomenon by the Supreme Environmental Council of Iran in 1976. Rasht, Gilan Province, Iran. June 7, 2021. IRNA/ Aboozar Hamidi Jirandeh

Lilium ledebourii can only be found in two regions of the world, one is Damash village in Amarlu District, Rudbar County, Gilan Province, Iran and the other is Lankaran in Azerbaijan republic.


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