Tourist Attraction

Khoram Abadi Bridge

in Khoram Abad city | Lorestan province
Tourist Attraction

Khoram Abadi Bridge

Related to Khoram Abad city (located in Lorestan province)
The Pol-e-Khoram Abadi is the second most largest bridge of the city. This bridge was constructed by a reputed personality of the city, by the name of (Late) Haj Ali Asqar Nasseri Khoram Abadi. The construction began in the year 1954 ending 1956.
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Khorramabad lies in the mountainous area of Zagross, and this region experiences a temperate climate, where as in the south alongside the plains of Khuzestan it is warm. Khorramabad (Khorram Abaad) is situated 494 km. from Tehran. The territory of Khoram Abad has a rich ...
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