Tourist Attraction

Pol-e-Dokhtar Arjan Bridge

in Behbahan city | Khuzestan province
Tourist Attraction

Pol-e-Dokhtar Arjan Bridge

Related to Behbahan city (located in Khuzestan province)
There are remnants of a bridge and dam on Taab River in the district of Arjan of Behbahan township. It is similar to the great bridge of Shooshtar, but in smaller dimensions. To the south corner, there are evidences of four pillars and a part of dam. To the north corner of this relic are also the remnants of four wells dug in stones along with a water supply system.
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