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Qazian Bridge and Mian Poshteh Bridge

in Bandar Anzali city | Gilan province
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Qazian Bridge and Mian Poshteh Bridge

Related to Bandar Anzali city (located in Gilan province)
The Mian Poshteh Bridge is the bridge connecting the provinces of Azarbayjan and Gilan. It was constructed in Mian Poshteh and Qazian during the reign of Pahlavi I. Its length is 210 m. with a width of 10 m. and is of concrete. The same is one of the spectacular works of engineering in the current century. The bridge was completed in 1938. Another bridge 127 m. in length connects the port of Anzali to Mian Poshteh and crosses the Anzali Wetland. It has three arches of which one measures 25 m.
Bandar-e Anzalī (Bandar Anzali) before the Iranian Revolution, was renamed from Bandar-e Anzali to Bandar-e Pahlavi by Reza Pahlavi) Bandar-e Anzali (Anzali Port) is a harbour town ("Bandar" means "port") on the Caspian Sea, close to Rasht. Bandar-e Anzali is one of the ...
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