ⓘ Barak, South Khorasan. Barak Historical: it is not manifestly the destruction of the village of Barak, but the Christian cemetery was caused around the village ..

                                     

ⓘ Barak, South Khorasan

Barak (Persian: برك ‎, is a village in Arabkhaneh Rural District, Shusef District, Nehbandan County, South Khorasan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 305, in 102 families.

The Village Of Barak

The village of Barak is located approximately 125 km South-West of the city of Birjand and 155 km North-West of Nehbandan city, with a population of 100 households, approximately. This is the 2nd largest village in "Arab Khan" of the local area. The geographical position of Barack: H” 22.53’4°and 32 E”28.42’25°59. This village is closed to mountain Siah kamar from the South-West side of the mountain barracks on the North side and mountain view of gel Kan from the East.

"Barack" as defined in Moein dictionary:

  • 2-3- The short clothing that is made by the Gailan people.
  • 2-2- A part of a carpet.
  • 1- Barak: Sohail star.
  • 2-1- The type of thick stuff that is knitted from camel or goat’s hair in the Khorasan zone.
  • 2- Barak. (2 - Барак)

Historical: it is not manifestly the destruction of the village of Barak, but the Christian cemetery was caused around the village. Baraks history began about 400 years, approximately.

Weather: the weather in Barak is a warm and dry climate. The spring season is green and beautiful, causing the growth of pasture plants and herbs. In addition, summer season is hot! The temperature rose to 35 °C in the late summer days and the dust on half of the weekdays at least. The night temperature fluctuates between 15 and 20 °C. However, the fall season gives a cold and dry weather in Barack people, but winter is very cold and gets so little.

                                     
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