Category:Si-o-se Pol

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Si-o-se Pol 
double level arch bridge located in Isfahan, Iran
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Instance ofstone bridge,
arch bridge,
road bridge,
landmark (Isfahan)
Made from material
Location Isfahan, Central District, Isfahan County, Isfahan Province, Iran
Architectural style
  • Isfahani style
Heritage designation
  • Iranian National Heritage (1932–)
  • 1599
Date of official opening
  • 1602
  • 13.75 m
  • 297.76 m
32° 38′ 41.53″ N, 51° 40′ 03.34″ E
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فارسی: سی و سه پل اصفهان
English: The Si-o-se Pol (bridge) over the Zayandeh Rud (river) in Isfahan, Iran. This historic stone arch bridge with built-on structures was completed in 1602 CE, during the Persian Safavid Empire and is also known as Allahverdi Khan Bridge.


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