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Shahr Chay Bridge

in Mianeh city | East Azerbaijan province
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Shahr Chay Bridge

Related to Mianeh city (located in East Azerbaijan province)
This bridge is also known as the Pol-e-Mianeh and is on the Shahr Chay River. The initial construction of this bridge dates bake to before the 8th century AH. and was thence repaired during the Qajar era.
Mianeh lies in the eastern most region of the province between the Bozqoosh and Qaflan Kooh (Ghaflankooh) mountain ranges. Mianeh stands 170 km. southeast of Tabriz. It has a warm Mediterranean climate with a maximum annual temperature of 19° C on an average. Mianeh is ...
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