The historical village, with a mild climate and scenic and spectacular places, is one of the popular and attractive districts of the region.
Marin village, located along the road extending from Susa to Persepolis and Bishapur, hosts a large number of ancient castles. The inhabitants of Marin village speak Lori, visitiran.ir wrote.
Over 1,000 meters above sea level, Marin village rests on the slopes of a valley. Shah Bahram River flows on the northeastern side of the village, and Kosar Dam makes a lake in the district, located 17km from the village.
Most cottages of the village are made of clay and chopped straw, stone, adobe, bricks, and wooden beams.
Just like Massouleh village in the northern province of Gilan, this village has a pelekani (staircase) style of architecture. This means that the roofs of a series of buildings serve as the courtyards of the structures constructed above them.
The people of Marin village are farmers, gardeners, and ranchers. Dry farming and wet farming are common to grow wheat, grain, and vegetables. They also cultivate various fruits including pomegranates, lemons, grapes, and figs. In Marin village men wear shirts and trousers, felt hats, shawls, leather belt and giveh (a type of traditional shoes), and women wear kerchiefs, headdresses, shirts, trousers, chador, and giveh.
Kilims, jajims (a type of traditional floor covering), and carpets are among the handicrafts produced in the village.
Animal species living throughout the region include boar, wolf, fox, hawk, rabbit and partridge. Some medicinal plants like Tragacanth, Echium amoenum, and Pistacia terebinthus can be found in the region.