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Jajin (Dash Kasan) Bridge

in Ardebil city | Ardabil province
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Jajin (Dash Kasan) Bridge

Related to Ardebil city (located in Ardabil province)
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 are made of brick. The construction materials are gypsum and mortar.
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