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Gavmishan Bridge

in Dareh Shahr city | Ilam province
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Gavmishan Bridge

Related to Dareh Shahr city (located in Ilam province)
This Sassanide bridge has been constructed in the confluence of the Seimareh and Kashkan Rivers. Although it has been repaired several times during the past, it is almost in a ruined state now.
Dareh Shahr is located in southeastern Ilam 840 kilometers from Tehran enjoying a mild climate. It is situated in a relatively wide valley with many historical ascent and descents. Attacks of Arabs and Assyrians caused destruction of the city. Its forgotten ...
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