Tourist Attraction

Sorkhdeh Historical Bridge

in Saveh city | Markazi province
Tourist Attraction

Sorkhdeh Historical Bridge

Related to Saveh city (located in Markazi province)
This bridge is located to the south of Saveh and at a distance of 13 km. of the Pol Abad Road to Qiz Qaleh to the south west of the Sorkhdeh Village. The same is constructed of brick and mortar. It comprises of 8 arches of roman style. This bridge is 70 m. long and 5 m. in width. The construction and structure of the bridge is an interesting feature and worth visiting.
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