Tourist Attraction

Jam Namesht Bridge

in Dareh Shahr city | Ilam province
Tourist Attraction

Jam Namesht Bridge

Related to Dareh Shahr city (located in Ilam province)
This bridge of 18 arches has been constructed on the Seimareh River 4 kilometers north of Dareh Shahr opposite the Chamkalan Village. The antiquity of this bridge dates back to the Sassanide period, but it was used till later centuries. The bridge is directly connected to the remains of the Sassanide monuments in Dareh Shahr.
Dareh Shahr
Dareh Shahr or Darrehshahr is located in southeastern Ilam Province 840 kilometers from Tehran enjoying a mild climate. It is situated in a relatively wide valley with many historical ascent and descents. Attacks of Arabs and Assyrians caused destruction of the city. Its ...
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