Tourist Attraction

Ali-ebne Hamzeh Bridge

in Abadeh city | Fars province
Tourist Attraction

Ali-ebne Hamzeh Bridge

Related to Abadeh city (located in Fars province)
This bridge is located between Shiraz - Esfahan. It was built on "Khoshk" River of Shiraz, in the Al-e-Boyeh era and has been repaired for many times. The final repair and construction works have been performed in the Karim Khan Zand period(1185 AH).
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