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Keroeat (Boy and Girl) Bridge

in Shirvan Va Chardavol city | Ilam province
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Keroeat (Boy and Girl) Bridge

Related to Shirvan Va Chardavol city (located in Ilam province)
This Sassanide bridge located in the Chashmbur Village and registered by The Cultural Heritage Organization.
Shirvan & Chardavol is located in the northeast of Ilam 737 kilometers from Tehran enjoying a mild mountainous climate and it is one of historical places of Ilam province.
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There are eight archaeological hills belonging to different historical periods, some of which have been officially registered by The Cultural Heritage Organization.
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