The Si-o-seh Pol bridge (also known as Allah Verdikhan bridge) was built in 1602 under the reighn of Shah Abbas I. With a length of 300m and a width of 14m it connects the north of Isfahan with the south through the Chaharbagh avenue. The name of the bridge means 33 arches, a reference to the 33 sluices in the lower part.

01 Arches and water reflections at night 02 Si-o-seh Pol bridge and river at night 03 Si-o-seh Pol bridge at night
04 Si-o-seh Pol bridge and river at night 05 Si-o-seh Pol bridge at night 06 Si-o-seh Pol bridge 07 Arch
08 Arches 09 Si-o-seh Pol bridge
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