Band-e Kaisar (Shadorvan Bridge) - Shooshtar
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The approximately 500m long overflow dam over the Karun, was the core structure of the Shushtar Historical Hydraulic System from which the city derived its agricultural productivity, and which has been designated by the UNESCO as Iran's 10th World Heritage Site in 2009.
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Band-e Kaisar (Shadorvan Bridge)

in Shooshtar city | Khuzestan province
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Band-e Kaisar (Shadorvan Bridge)

Related to Shooshtar city (located in Khuzestan province)
Band-e Kaisar (Caesar's dam) or Pol-e Kaisar (Caesar's bridge) or The Shadorvan Bridge runs parallel to the newly constructed bridge located on the Shooshtar-Dezful Road. This ancient bridge is a relic of Sassanid Era (Shahpour I).

The approximately 500m long overflow dam over the Karun, was the core structure of the Shushtar Historical Hydraulic System from which the city derived its agricultural productivity, and which has been designated by the UNESCO as Iran's 10th World Heritage Site in 2009.

One of the conditions that Kaiser of Rome and his soldiers could be set free was the construction of Shadorvan Bridge (Band-e Kaisar), and this condition was agreed to by the emperor. When the construction of bridge was finished, Shapour released the order to set free the Kaiser of Rome and his soldiers and they returned back to their country. Sixteen arches of this bridge have remained. The Shadorvan Bridge has been built of cobbled stone and mortar.
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Band-e Kaisar (Shadorvan Bridge) - Shooshtar
Band-e Kaisar (Shadorvan Bridge) - Shooshtar
Band-e Kaisar (Shadorvan Bridge) - Shooshtar
Band-e Kaisar (Shadorvan Bridge) - Shooshtar
Band-e Kaisar (Shadorvan Bridge) - Shooshtar
Band-e Kaisar (Shadorvan Bridge) - Shooshtar
Band-e Kaisar (Shadorvan Bridge) - Shooshtar
Band-e Kaisar (Shadorvan Bridge) - Shooshtar
Band-e Kaisar (Shadorvan Bridge) - Shooshtar
Band-e Kaisar (Shadorvan Bridge) - Shooshtar
Band-e Kaisar (Shadorvan Bridge) - Shooshtar
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