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Veresk Bridge

Related to Savad Kooh city (located in Mazandaran province)
Also known as: Pol-e Veresk
the Veresk arch bridge was built in 1936 during the empire of Reza Shah Pahlavi. The difficult terrain required 55 tunnels along a 309 mile (497 km) route. A temporary steel falsework was left below the bridge – probably to facilitate future maintenance of the arch.

During world war II, it was reputedly known as the Pol-e-Piroozi, or the ...
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Veresk Bridge - Savadkuh (Mazandaran)
The bridge stands 110 metres (360 ft) above the valley bottom, its arch measures 66 metres (217 ft) and the overall length of the bridge is 112.40 metres (368.8 ft). The bridge serves the Trans-Iranian Railway network in Northern Iran. | Copyright: Ali Asghari
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The Veresk Bridge - Savadkuh
Veresk Bridge is located next to a village of the same name at the top of Veresk Valley and between the two huge mountains of Abbasabad and is located on the Tehran-North railway line. This bridge, which is considered as one of the sights of Savadkuh and has become the largest railway bridge in the north of the country, was inaugurated in 1977. Today, this bridge is used only for passing Tehran-Gorgan, Tehran-Sari passenger trains and fuel and freight trains.
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Pol-e Veresk - Savadkuh - Mazandaran
The Veresk Bridge (Pol-e Veresk) is a masonry arch bridge in northern Iran. It was constructed mostly by Austrians before World War II by leadership of an engineer named Walter Aigner, constructed during the reign of Reza Shah Pahlavi.
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Veresk Bridge - Savadkuh
The Veresk Bridge is a masonry arch bridge in northern Iran. It was constructed mostly by Austrians before World War II by leadership of an engineer named Walter Aigner, constructed during the reign of Reza Shah. It is located in the Veresk district of Savadkuh County, in Mazandaran province.
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Pol-e Veresk Savadkuh - Mazandaran
Veresk Bridge is located next to a village of the same name at the top of Veresk Valley and between the two huge mountains of Abbasabad and is located on the Tehran-North railway line. This bridge, which is considered as one of the sights of Savadkuh and has become the largest railway bridge in the north of the country, was inaugurated in 1977. Today, this bridge is used only for passing Tehran-Gorgan, Tehran-Sari passenger trains and fuel and freight trains. | Copyright: Elham Fallahi
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The Veresk Bridge - Savadkoh (Mazandaran)
This bridge, which is located on the Tehran-North railway, played an important role in the fate of World War II, and if it did not exist, there would be another outcome for the war. | Copyright: Mohammad Javad Foroughi
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Veresk Bridge - Savadkooh (Mazandaran)
This bridge, which is located on the Tehran-North railway, played an important role in the fate of World War II, and if it did not exist, there would be another outcome for the war.
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Veresk Bridge - Savadkuh (Mazandaran)
This bridge, which is located on the Tehran-North railway, played an important role in the fate of World War II, and if it did not exist, there would be another outcome for the war.
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Veresk Bridge - Savadkuh (Mazandaran)
This bridge, which is located on the Tehran-North railway, played an important role in the fate of World War II, and if it did not exist, there would be another outcome for the war.
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Veresk Bridge - Savadkuh (Mazandaran)
The historical role of the Veresk Bridge is not limited to connecting the south to the north of the country Rather, the fate of the world changed during World War II, and if this bridge and railway had not been built. During World War II, Russian and British forces attempted to strike at Hitler’s Germany and its allies, and due to Iran’s special geographical location and the existence of railroads and oil wells, made it a place for rapid movement of weapons and ammunition between Allied forces they chose. | Copyright: Simin Ebrahimi
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Veresk Bridge - Savadkuh (Mazandaran)
Veresk Bridge is located next to a village of the same name at the top of Veresk Valley and between the two huge mountains of Abbasabad and is located on the Tehran-North railway line. This bridge, which is considered as one of the sights of Savadkuh and has become the largest railway bridge in the north of the country, was inaugurated in 1977. | Copyright: Mehrdad Mokhtarizadeh
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Veresk Bridge - Savadkuh (Mazandaran)
This bridge, which is located on the Tehran-North railway, played an important role in the fate of World War II, and if it did not exist, there would be another outcome for the war. | Copyright: Mehrdad mokhtarizadeh
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Veresk Bridge - Savadkuh (Mazandaran)
The Veresk bridge (Varisk) is a bridge in Iran. The bridge was constructed mostly by Germans before World War II by leadership of an Austrian engineer namedWalter Inger, constructed during the reign of Reza Shah. | Copyright: Ahmad Jamali Moghadam
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Veresk Bridge - Savadkuh (Mazandaran)
This bridge, which is located on the Tehran-North railway, played an important role in the fate of World War II, and if it did not exist, there would be another outcome for the war. | Copyright: Ahmad Jamali Moghadam
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Veresk Bridge - Savadkuh (Mazandaran)
The bridge stands 110 metres (360 ft) above the valley bottom, its arch measures 66 metres (217 ft) and the overall length of the bridge is 112.40 metres (368.8 ft). The bridge serves the Trans-Iranian Railway network in Northern Iran. | Copyright: Amirali Razzaghi
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Veresk Bridge - Savadkuh (Mazandaran)
The Veresk bridge connects the railway between Tehran and the Caspian Sea region. It is located in Mazandaran Veresk district of Savadkuh County, 85 kilometers south of Ghaemshahr and connects two of the mountains in the Abbas Abad region. | Copyright: Amir Ali Razzaghi
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Veresk Bridge - Savadkuh (Mazandaran)
The bridge stands 110 metres (360 ft) above the valley bottom, its arch measures 66 metres (217 ft) and the overall length of the bridge is 112.40 metres (368.8 ft). The bridge serves the Trans-Iranian Railway network in Northern Iran. | Copyright: M. R. Dastafkan
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Veresk Bridge - Savadkooh (Mazandaran)
The Veresk bridge (Varisk) is a bridge in Iran. The bridge was constructed mostly by Germans before World War II by leadership of an Austrian engineer namedWalter Inger, constructed during the reign of Reza Shah. | Copyright: Amir Talebi
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Veresk Bridge near Savadkuh (Mazandaran)
The Veresk bridge (Pol-e Veresk) is a masonry arch bridge in northern Iran. It was constructed by Impresa G. R. Pizzagalli & C. from Italy from 1934 to 1935 by leadership of the Italian engineers, during the reign of Reza Shah Pahlavi. | Copyright: Ahmad Jamali Moghadam
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