Tourist Attraction

Tamijan Brick Bridge

in Roodsar city | Gilan province
Tourist Attraction

Tamijan Brick Bridge

Related to Roodsar city (located in Gilan province)
The same is located at a distance of 6 km. south west of Roodsar, and is on the Tamijan River, and related to the Safavid period. The foundation is made of brick, the floor is of stone and has four wide arches. Its length is 60 m. with a width of 5 m. There are a few chambers within the bridge, so as to shelter travellers.
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Enjoying a moderate and humid climate, the township of Roodsar is located in a verdant plain 326 km. from Tehran and to the south of the Caspian Sea. According to valid historical documents, the ancient name of Roodsar was "Koutum", which was a small city in Rankooh. The ...
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