The cave is located in the east of the country, at 31 29 33, on the eastern side of the valley, on the northern side of the valley, and at an altitude of 1305 meters above sea level. It is 20.63 meters deep, 80.6 meters wide, and 50.5 meters high. The cave was explored in 1967 by Frank Holly and Flerney.
One of the characteristics of the lunar cave is the presence of instruments of Mustry and tools made in the fifth layer with the technique of Lulawaha. Other features of the cavern are diverse middle palm groves, lateral scratches, chip with irregular shapes with thin thickness and no retouching.
Species identified from the lunar cave include Bovini, Dama mesopotamica, Capra, Hystrix, Gliridae, Chiroptera, and A Rodentia species that is likely to be squirrel.
Dr. Behrouz Bazgar, Resumption of Paleolithic Research in Khorramabad Valley (Guessing Report in Giloran, Calder, Ghamari Caves and Rocky Mountain Caves), Teacher’s Archeological Caverns, Fourth Year, No. 8, 2011..