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Siosepol Bridge

Chaharbagh Street, Esfahan 81464, Iran
989132070430
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Safavid monument

Visiting the most impressive bridges on Zayandeh Rood River is free and it has no entry. Walking on... read more

Reviewed yesterday
hipersiaramtin
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Tehran Province, Iran
wonderful bridge

this bridge in front of the Zayanderoad river,this river division Isfahan city and this bridge is... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Mehdi P
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Tehran, Iran
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Chaharbagh Street, Esfahan 81464, Iran
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Reviewed yesterday

Visiting the most impressive bridges on Zayandeh Rood River is free and it has no entry. Walking on both bridges takes you about one or two hours. Go there in the afternoon, when the bridges are illuminated by the soft lights, and the families pack...More

Thank hipersiaramtin
Reviewed 6 days ago

this bridge in front of the Zayanderoad river,this river division Isfahan city and this bridge is very nice and traditional Iranian art.in night because of lighting is nice place.

Thank Mehdi P
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

When we came the river was completely dried up. I saw people walking across the river. Wanted to But it was scorching hot. Pretty bridge, nice to cross it. A lot of the locals like to go there as well. I heard it was the...More

Thank snbs96
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Very nice bridge esp. During nights. A lovely place for walking enjoying the river. It is similar to Khajou bridge with a little different.

Thank soheilsari
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

very beautiful bridge, but there was no water during July, 17, the weather was amazing in the afternoons and nights, nice restaurants near by.

Thank redland_2003
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Si-o-Seh (33 in Farsi) Pole or Allahverdi Khan Bridge is the most famous and the longest bridge on Zayandeh Rood river in Isfahan, Iran. Its length is about 300 m or 1000 ft. It consists of two rows of 33 arches and was built in...More

Thank Kei E
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Well being honest i was so excited to visit this bridge but when i visited i was not satisfied because it was not very traditional people were sitting there and smoking and they would treat the visitors in very weird way the lake was also...More

Thank Syed J
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This Si-o-Seh Bridge is a stone double-deck arch bridge. There are two levels of arches: the lower level has 33 arches while the upper has two arches above lower lever arch and one arch above pier. The Si-o-seh Pol Bridge is considered the largest Iranian...More

Thank Isabel M
Reviewed 11 July 2017

this bridge has been built around 400 years ago and you can see the art of Persian and their ability to construct a bridge such this

Thank mehnamjoo
Reviewed 10 July 2017

It is recommended to visit this historical bridge at night since with all the light it's twice beautiful as it is during the day. This bridge is built on Zayande Rud river. You'll find great views of the river as you walk by the bridge.

Thank Ava K
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