Tourist Attraction

Ab-e-Shoor (Av-e-Soor) Bridge

in Dezful city | Khuzestan province
Tourist Attraction

Ab-e-Shoor (Av-e-Soor) Bridge

Related to Dezful city (located in Khuzestan province)
The remnants of this ancient Sassanide bridge is located on one of the branches of the Karoon River in the city of Dezful. The lofty and strong foundation of this bridge is a stunning sight. This bridge was built under the orders of Lady Kharaza, the mother of Ardeshir Babakan.
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The township of Dezful lies at a distance of 721 km. from Tehran, and is located to the north of Khuzestan province. Generally, it has a desert like and comparatively dry weather with hot summers and moderate winters. The word Dezful has been derived from the words 'Dejpol' ...
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