The city of Beldaji is located at the crossroads of an important communication corridor from north to south of the country, so that from west to Shahrekord road leading to Lorestan, Hamedan and Arak provinces, from southwest to Khuzestan road leading to Persian Gulf ports, from east to Isfahan road and Yasuj road It leads to Fars province and Bandar Abbas. Formerly, the historic Lynch Road, which was a commercial and international road, passed through the heights of Arjaneh Beldaji and connected the central plateau of Iran to Khuzestan and Shushtar, and British trade caravans carried their cargo to Shushtar and to Europe by sea.
The altitude of this city is 2270 meters above sea level and the roof of Iran is famous. The town of Beldaji is bounded on the north by Mount Gini (Baraftab) and Arjaneh, and on the south by Mount Tikmeh Dash and Mount Clare.
Language and people
Most of the inhabitants of Beldaji are Qashqai and speak Qashqai Turkish.    
The capital of Iran
The most important souvenir and production of this region is Gaz, which is why this city is known as the capital of Iran.
Local souvenirs of this city include curd, qara, sheep cheese, animal oil, local butter, as well as local garden souvenirs such as walnuts, almonds, raisins, grape juice, etc.
Sights of this city include Imamzadeh Hamzeh Ali (the most important shrine of the province), Choghakhor International Wetland, Haft Cheshmeh Historical Garden, Bazial Park Amusement Complex, Dargah Castle, Sefid Castle, Bid Valley, Arjaneh Garden, Baghollah Gholi, Ramadan Cat , Leopard Valley, Chalter Wetland, Agh Cheshmeh, Greki Cheshmeh, Jan Bolaghi and Chaman Kalmalgah.
From the historical places of Beldaji, we can go to the ancient hill of Balashgard, which belongs to the Parthian king Blas and the summer capital of the Parthians, the Safavid bath, which belongs to the Safavid period, and Abuzar Ghaffari Mosque and Imam Khomeini Mosque, which belong to the Safavid period. The Armenian cemetery in the south of Beldaji dates back to 300 years ago. The settlement in Beldaji dates back to 9000 thousand years ago, which is one of the oldest settlements in the country.
A view of the nature of Beldaji suburb
Imamzadeh Hamzeh Ali
According to recent archaeological excavations, the history of people living in this place is more than three thousand five hundred years. The city of Beldaji is located next to one of the shrines of Armideh Barghleh Kooh. Due to its religious attraction, natural location, climate and other attractions around it, this place attracts about 30,000 people annually and is one of the tourist hubs of Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari province.