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Eynali is a mountain range to the north east of Tabriz (East Azarbaijan province). The range has a couple of peaks including Eynali, Halileh, Pakeh-Chin, Bahlul with Dand being the highest. It has red soil and can be seen from everywhere in Tabriz. There ...
Tourist Attraction in Tehran (city)
Tourist Attraction in Tehran (city)
The largest pedestrian overpass built in Tehran, The 270-metre (890 ft) bridge connects two public parks: Taleghani Park and Abo-Atash Park by spanning Modarres Expressway, one of the main highways in northern Tehran.
City in 'Kermanshah' Province
City in 'Kermanshah' Province
Kermanshah (Capital of Kermanshah Province) located in the western part of Iran is one of Iran’s ancient cities bordered by Kordestan province to the north, Lorestan and Ilam provinces and Iraq to the west. The city of Kermanshah is home to magnificent to
Tourist Attraction in Isfahan (city)
Tourist Attraction in Isfahan (city)
The Khaju Bridge (Pol-e Khajoo) is one of the most famous bridges in Iran was built around 1650, under the reign of Abbas II, the seventh Safavid king (shah) of Iran, on the foundations of an older bridge. The existing inscriptions suggest that the bridge ...
Tourist Attraction in Isfahan (city)
Tourist Attraction in Isfahan (city)
Syoseh Pol (33 bridges or Allahverdi Khan Bridge) is a a stone double-deck arch bridge and approximately 300 m. in length and 14 m. in width, and is one of the masterpieces in bridge construction in Iran and the world. The same was constructed in 1005 ...
Tourist Attraction in Savad Kooh (city)
Tourist Attraction in Savad Kooh (city)
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 ...
Tourist Attraction in Isfahan (city)
Tourist Attraction in Isfahan (city)
This bridge connects the northern and southern banks of the Zayandeh Rood River. It is a remnant of the Safavid era, and today has undergone repairs repeatedly.
Tourist Attraction in Isfahan (city)
Tourist Attraction in Isfahan (city)
The said bridge is narrow in width and 147 m. in length. It was constructed on the Zayandeh Rood River, between the two bridges of Allah Verdy Khan and Khajoo. The same is a remnant of Shah Abbas II. This bridge connects the royal gardens on the northern ...
Tourist Attraction in Isfahan (city)
Tourist Attraction in Isfahan (city)
This bridge is located in the east of Esfahan and is an interesting piece of architecture. The same is a relic of the Sassanide period.
Tourist Attraction in Ardebil (city)
Tourist Attraction in Ardebil (city)
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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