Si-o-se-pol Bridge – Isfahan
One of the first architectural masterpieces of the city of Isfahan during the Safavid era on the Zayandeh Rood River. Si-o-Se Pol meaning the Thirty-Three bridges was build named originally after one of the warriors of Safavid era i.e. “Allah Verdi Khan”, who was named one of the brave commanders of Shah Abbas I.Si-o-Se Pol is an eye-catching bridge over the Zayandeh Rood River in Isfahan and it is connecting the south and north part of the city in Isfahan.
The profile of thirty-three arches in form of small bridges stretching over 295 meters long and 13.75 meters wide . The bridge itself has two stories, the upper part is the pavement only area used for pedestrians. In additional, balconies on the second floor have a nice view specially in the summertime during the sunshine and running water. The lower part of the bridge can be used during the low water periods.
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