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Ali-ebne Hamzeh Bridge

in Abadeh city | Fars province
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Ali-ebne Hamzeh Bridge

Related to Abadeh city (located in Fars province)
This bridge is located between Shiraz - Esfahan. It was built on "Khoshk" River of Shiraz, in the Al-e-Boyeh era and has been repaired for many times. The final repair and construction works have been performed in the Karim Khan Zand period(1185 AH).
Abadeh is located at 638 km from Tehran. The antiquity of this area is far beyond a millennium, however, it started developing only after Karim Khan Zand chose Shiraz as the mountainous capital of Iran. This city is the first mountainous city of northern ...
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