The 33 Bridge
Category: Sense of Place
Photo and caption by Ali Kordzadeh
The 33 Bridge or bridge of 33 Arches is a historical bridge built in 1602 across "Zayande Rood" or Zayandeh River in Isfahan, Iran by an Iranian ethnic georgian Architect and chancellor Allahverdi Khan Undiladze. This bridge is approximately 300 meters long and 14 meters wide. Its view of the river and tourist attraction is stunning.
Location: Isfahan, Iran
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