Iran’s Historic Village of Uramanat which is located in the western mountains of Iran in Kurdestan Province is one of the most dazzling stairs villages in the country. Stairway with a particular architecture, the houses of the village are built on top of each other so that the roof of each house is the courtyard of his upper Neighbor.
People of this wonderful village have a unique kind of lifestyle, distinguishing their culture and customs from the rest of the villages in Iran. The language of Uramanat inhabitants is a kind of Kurdish dialect, Which is called the Uramian language.
Their traditional Kurdish Dance has a special cultural value among the locals. Kurdish people have their own traditional way of dressing and due to it, they can easily be recognized by their dress.
There is also an inscription and a relief in Assyrian Cuneiform Script, The inscription has been carved in a false arch with a height of 120, width of 170, and depth of 35 centimeters.
This inscription is in Cuneiform and ancient Assyrian language, which describes Assyrian victories after admiring Assyrian gods such as Assur god, Marduk, Nabu, Sin, Shemsh, and Ishtar.
The Address is Zainaneh Mountains, Tangi-Var Village, in 45 Km of Kamyaran city, Kurdistan Province. Iran.