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Dilman is one of Aghsu’s 16 mountain villages located on the border with Aghsu and is scattered on the southern slopes of the Greater Caucasus Mountains. Beginning from here, there is more vegetation and greater heights here. The forests surrounding these villages are regarded as picnic paradise. There are several waterfalls inside the forest. The closest Dilman waterfall can be reached within 1.5-2 hours. There is no road here. You can go on horseback in 30-45 minutes. It is worth walking in the open air. From afar, this waterfall resembles milk flowing on a wall. It has created a natural pond in the place where it falls. In order to get into the pond, it is necessary to tread on slippery stones covered with water plants. There are several springs along the road. Although the only famous one is called the Georgian spring, no-one knows why it is called that.