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Baqer Abad Bridge

in Arak city | Markazi province
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Baqer Abad Bridge

Related to Arak city (located in Markazi province)
This bridge belongs to the contemporary period, and was built during the Russian invasion to Iran. It is located on the old Arak - Esfahan Road. The main bridge was destroyed in a flood, and it was reconstructed again. The construction material used was generally of stone with interesting architecture. Surrounding the fringes of the bridge and Qomrood are recreational areas.
The township of Arak is to the southwest of the province. It is cold in winters and moderate in summers. Arak is the capital of the province and is 295 km. from Tehran. This city is one of the industrial centers of the country. The Tehran - Khuzestan ...
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