Photo: World Tourism Day, in Iran's Isfahan
Isfahan (IP) - The Allahverdi Khan Bridge, popularly known as Si-o-se-pol, is the largest of the eleven historical bridges on Zayanderud Isfahan, a city in central Iran.
Isfahan in central Iran has good tourism potential and one of them is the historic bridges over the river Zayandehrood which is called Si-o-se-pol bridges.
Si-o-se-pol (which in Persian means 33 Bridge or Bridge of 33 Arches) on the Zayanderud River in Isfahan has 33 arches, 295 meters long and 14 meters wide and are considered masterpieces of architecture and bridges of Iran and the world.
Iranian and foreign tourists always visit the city of Isfahan through the Si-o-se-pol bridge left by the Safavid era. 101/216