Historical Places

Khoram Abad Tower, Khoram Abad

Friday, 04 January 2008 09:13 administrator
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This cylindrical and brick minaret is a relic of the 5th century AH., located near the old city of Shahpour Khast. The same is also known as the minaret of Khoram Abad as it stands to the south west of this city. The vicinity surrounding this relic has been converted into a park.

Other Historical Bridges, Lurestan

Friday, 04 January 2008 09:12 administrator
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Other bridges in the province are : The Kalhor bridge in the vicinity of Malavi ( Pol-e-Dokhtar), Kaka Reza Bridge (on the Alishtar - Khoram Abad Road) and Khoram Abad Bridge (Khoram Abad).

Shapouri Bridge, Khoram Abad

Friday, 04 January 2008 09:09 administrator
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This bridge is located 2 km. south-west of Khoram Abad, and to the west of the old city of Shahpour Khast. It is one of the master-pieces of architecture in bridge construction of the Sassanian period. The bridge comprised of 28 arches of which only 6 have been remained. Each pillar is 66 m. (11 x 6) and its current elevation is 16 m.

Khoram Abadi Bridge, Khoram Abad

Friday, 04 January 2008 09:08 administrator
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The Pol-e-Khoram Abadi is the second most largest bridge of the city. This bridge was constructed by a reputed personality of the city, by the name of (Late) Haj Ali Asqar Nasseri Khoram Abadi. The construction began in the year 1954 ending 1956.

Kashgan Bridge, Koohdasht

Friday, 04 January 2008 09:07 administrator
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The above mentioned bridge is situated on the old road of Tehran to the ancient city of Shahpour Khast. This bridge has been constructed on Kashgan river. At the lower end of the bridge its pillars from the Sassani era have remained. Of the 11 pillars only a part of 4 pillars are left to be seen. The length of this bridge is approximately 300 m.

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