Continuous Flow Water Channel

It has been designed in the form of an open trench in the middle of the valley and it is relatively wide with a depth of 1.5 meters. The channel follows the natural tendency of the valley from the north to the south, and is fed continuous water through various tributaries and subset channels in  reefs. It extends from Irqah in the north to the lakes of Hayer to the south.

The channel adds aesthetic and entertaining elements to the valley and contributes to increasing the vegetation over time in the valley and the recovery of its wildlife. It has rock formations within the stream of water working as natural weirs. There are 38 weirs working to control and increase the speed and flow of water. Their locations were  chosen at suitable lengths to ensure permanent water purification in the valley.

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