Razjerd village is located 21 km northeast of Qazvin city on Alamut Road. Tourists and visitors to Alamut Castle and Evan Lake pass through the village.
Razjerd people speaks Tat-language and this village 12 years ago with a population of about 1890 in 484 households, was one of the most populous villages in Qazvin province. Local people called it Zeziyard.
One of the most beautiful and most spectacular tourist attractions in the village of Razjerd is the Varchor Waterfall. This waterfall is located six kilometers east of the village. The height of this cascade extends over 30 meters and is enclosed in the huge cliffs It is located around it, giving it a special beauty to this waterfall and valley.
The haft-springs (cheshme rou) are one of the most interesting areas of Razjerd. The spring consists of many springs that after plumbing the drinking water of the village, all its springs are connected to each other and now water rarely comes out of it. The features of this area are abundant in plane trees, with charming weather and shadow of trees that you can rest, which host tourists.