Tourist Attraction

Qatoor Bridge

in Khoy city | West Azerbaijan province
Tourist Attraction

Qatoor Bridge

Related to Khoy city (located in West Azerbaijan province)
This bridge has been constructed in the recent years under new technologies. The bridge spans across a large valley, so as to allow the access of a railway line. The Qatoor Bridge is one of the important constructions in the middle-east, its length being 448 m. and height measures 128 m. The radius of its opening being 232 m.
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