One of the seven villages in Kurdistan province that has been turned into a tourism attraction. The remnant of houses and gardens, proves that the village dates back to Sassanid time. but it became a central part of the Kurdistan in Seljuk dynasty when it became the seat of government. A beautiful spring divides the village into two parts and the same spring creates opportunities of pisciculture for the villagers. barbeque fish is one of the favorite dishes of visitors of Palangan. Other famous products of the village are: raw honey, curd, pomegranate, peach, apricot, and fig. located near Huraman, Palangan follows the same style, with layered interconnected houses where the roof of one house is the yard of another. Beautiful scenery, nice weather, delicious cuisine and easy access through asphalt road makes this place and ideal tourist destination.