Tourist Attraction

Other Historical Bridges

in Ardebil city | Ardabil province
Tourist Attraction

Other Historical Bridges

Related to Ardebil city (located in Ardabil province)
There are other historical bridges that are scattered in the province. The most important ones are: Seyed Abad, Ya'qoobieh and Ebrahim Abad Bridges on the Baliqly river of Ardabil, Almas, Sorkh and Shahr Chay Bridges of Ardabil and Khoda Afarin Bridge in Asaldooz.
Ardebil
The city of Ardabil, as the capital of the province, is located at a distance of 639 kilometers from Tehran, west to the volcanic mountain of Sabalan. The weather of the province varies between extreme cold on the mountainous areas, to moderate on the plains. The name of ...
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Category: Bridges
This seven-arched bridge has been constructed on the Baliqly Chay River, belonging to the Safavid period. Its piles are made of stone with zigzag barrel-arches ...
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Category: Lakes
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Category: Mosques
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Category: Ski resorts
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