Tourist Attraction

Khosravi Bridge

in Sahneh city | Kermanshah province
Tourist Attraction

Khosravi Bridge

Related to Sahneh city (located in Kermanshah province)
On the old road of Dinvar to Sahneh and between Baba Kamal and Ahmad Aaqa villages, on the old route of the Kangarshah River are the relics of the base of an ancient bridge. The bridge is about 100 m. in length and has 5 springs. As far as the cobbled stone, and mortar used in its construction and the Bistoon - Khosravi Bridge are concerened, these relate to the Sassanide period.
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