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Panj Cheshmeh Bridge

in Maku city | West Azerbaijan province
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Panj Cheshmeh Bridge

Related to Maku city (located in West Azerbaijan province)
This bridge is located 5 km. from Maku on the Zangmar River, and is a monument from the Safavid era. This bridge was constructed in order to facilitate communications between Tabriz and Maku, and the surrounding rural areas. This bridge is built on simple lines and made of stone.
The township of Maku (or Makoo) is a city in the West Azerbaijan Province the northwestern most region of Iran, is mountainous and beautiful. Maku is within international borders from three sides, its capital is the city of Maku, located 939 km. from ...
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