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Photos Bridge Si-o-se Pol in Isfahan Iran

Filed in Iran by on May 10, 2013 0 Comments

Photo Bridge Si-o-se Poll in Isfahan Iran
Photo of the Bridge Si-o-se Poll in Isfahan Iran

Photo of the Bridge Si-o-se Poll in Isfahan Iran

Photo of the Bridge Si-o-se Poll in Isfahan Iran

The Bridge Si-o-se Pol is one of the most beautiful places of the city of Esfahan.

Si-o-se Pol, which means the bridge of 33 arches is also called the Allah-Verdi Khan Bridge. This bridge is one of 11 existing bridges in Esfahan, passing the Zayandeh river.

This bridge was built in 1602 by Shah Abbas I.

It is said to be the most beautiful example of bridges architecture of the Safavid Dynasty.

Beneath the bridge there is a teahouse where you can also smoking nargile.

This bridge is about 300m long and has 33 arches. On the bottom the river creates a waterfall where nearly always you can hear the sound of running water.

Photo Bridge Si-o-se Pol in Isfahan Iran

Photo Bridge Si-o-se Pol in Isfahan Iran

The bridge Si-o-se Pol is the main meeting point for youth when the night comes. The boys will see girls and girls will go see the boys. Everyone dresses in style.

At the bottom of the bridge there is a tea house and where you can stay and relax to drink some tea and smoke nargile. This tea house is all decorated with antiques and has a very cool vibe. Only men can enter of course. Worth it.

Photos of Sio-Seh Pole Bridge at night taken in 2012

Photos of Sio-Seh Pole Bridge at day taken in 2004

Photos of Sio-Seh Pole Bridge at night taken in 2004

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