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Other Historical Bridges and Caravansaries

in Kermanshah city | Kermanshah province
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Other Historical Bridges and Caravansaries

Related to Kermanshah city (located in Kermanshah province)
The other caravansaries and old bridges are as follows: Islam Abad Qarb Caravansary, Mahidasht Caravansary in north east plain of Mahidasht, Nouji Veran Bridge in Najoran Chamchal village 24 km. west of Sahneh, the Rahan Brick Bridge 22 km. north west of Sahneh, the old bridge of Qareh Sou 50 km. of Kermanshah, Bistoon Bridge in Bistoon Village and Mahidasht Bridge in Kermanshah - Qasr-e-Shirin Road related to the Sassanid, Saljuqi and Safavid period.
Kermanshah (Capital of Kermanshah Province) located in the western part of Iran is one of Iran’s ancient cities bordered by Kordestan province to the north, Lorestan and Ilam provinces and Iraq to the west. The city of Kermanshah is home to magnificent ...
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Category: Museums
The said aggregate in one of the religious and historical structures of the Qajar period granted to the then Ministry of Culture by the family of Moavenol Molk.. A major ... MORE
Category: Handicrafts
Kermanshah since long has been one of the most famous handicrafts centers of Iran. The most important handicrafts and gifts of the province that mainly are produced by the ... MORE
Category: Wetlands
The Niloofar Sarab (wetland) is located 30 km. northwest of Kermanshah and in THE Kermanshah - Kouzran road. This wetland has a large pool covered with lotus flowers. The ... MORE
Category: Protected Zones
In the past, Kermanshah was one of the important wildlife zones of Iran. Engravings of the Taq-e-Bostan margin shows the aspects of this hunting ground. In the groves and ... MORE
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