In the west of Niagh village, there is a low integrated mountain of stone on which the remaining natural and handmade works are called Niagh veranda, Div Ivan or Arch of Mohammad Hanifeh. Under the high eastwards walls of the mountain which have formed a very beautiful stone semi-arch of 10m height, there is a wide stone surface which overlooks Niagh village and its adjacent perspectives. In the southwest part of this platform, a stone pond of 8m height and 2.5m width is excavated which one can reach the bottom of the pond through seven downward stairs. This pond is always full of water. There had been a castle over the veranda of which, putting the cereal and grain stores that reminisce about the glory of the castle and Niagh veranda aside, nothing notable is left.