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Tourist Attraction

Kheshti Bridge

in Langerood city | Gilan province
Tourist Attraction

Kheshti Bridge

Related to Langerood city (located in Gilan province)
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The same was built by Haj Aqa Bozorg Monajem Bashi during the reign of Fath Ali Shah Qajar, and was the old route from Lahijan to Langerood. This bridge spans over the Langerood River. It is 37 m. in length, with two arches supported by thick pillars.
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