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Other Historical Bridges

in Ardebil city | Ardebil province
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Other Historical Bridges

Related to Ardebil city (located in Ardebil province)
There are other historical bridges that are scattered in the province. The most important ones are: Seyed Abad, Ya'qoobieh and Ebrahim Abad Bridges on the Baliqly river of Ardabil, Almas, Sorkh and Shahr Chay Bridges of Ardabil and Khoda Afarin Bridge in Asaldooz.
The city of Ardabil, as the capital of the province, is located at a distance of 639 kilometers from Tehran, west to the volcanic mountain of Sabalan. The weather of the province varies between extreme cold on the mountainous areas, to moderate on the ...
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Category: Bridges
This seven-arched bridge has been constructed on the Baliqly Chay River, belonging to the Safavid period. Its piles are made of stone with zigzag barrel-arches are made of ... MORE
Category: Bazaars
In the heart of the Ardabil city, this bazaar stands as old as the Islamic period. It's shape was described by the historians of 4th century AH. as a cross, extending ... MORE
Category: Forests
With an area of 105 thousand hectars, these beautiful forests are still among the "untouched" forests of the Alborz Mountain Chain. Some of the various species of trees are ... MORE
Category: Villages
Rural areas of the province specially on the outskirts of the Sabalan Mountains due to their landscapes and attractions annually host several visitors. Some of the historical ... MORE
Category: Museums
China objects are located in the Chini-Khaneh (or China House), a room originally designed to preserve the Chinaware or porcelain which was dedicated to Shah Abbas by one ... MORE
Category: Handicrafts
Ardabil province is well known for its carpets as well as sweets such as Halva. The souvenirs of the province are: wickerwork, wool hand-woven cloth, coarse rug, felt carpet, ... MORE
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Sheikh Bridge (Sanandaj)
Category: Bridges
This bridge was constructed on the Qeshlaq River 8 km. north of Sanandaj and is one of the relics of the Safavid period. It's length is about 53.5 m. and its width is about ... MORE
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Category: Bridges
The Qeshlaq Bridge lies on the Qeshlaq River, 3 km. east of Sanandaj. This bridge is constructed with brick, and is related to the Safavid period. It has two big openings ... MORE
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