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Tourist Attraction

Abbasi Bridge

in Laar city | Tehran province
Tourist Attraction

Abbasi Bridge

Related to Laar city (located in Tehran province)
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This bridge was built on the east of the Shoor River during the Safavid period. It had seven columns, possibly most of which are still remain. This bridge has been basically repaired many times.
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