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Historical Places


Other Old Bridges, Mazandaran

Friday, 04 January 2008 10:43 administrator
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 Other bridges of Mazandaran province are named as, Chaloos Bridge, on Chaloos River, Babolsar Bridge and Small Babolsar Bridge, on Babolsar River, Feridun Kenar Bridge, on Namaz Rood River, and Sorkh Rood Bridge, on Haraz River.
 

Veresk Bridge, Savad Kooh

Friday, 04 January 2008 10:43 administrator
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This bridge was constructed during the reign of Reza Shah, on the Veresk River in the vicinity of Savad Kooh. During world war II, it was reputedly known as the Pol-e-Piroozi, or the bridge of victory. The bridge is at an elevation of 110 m. and its arch measures 66 m. in length. The same is one of the master pieces of engineering to do with the railway track in northern Iran. 
 

Mohammad Hassan Khan Bridge, Babol

Friday, 04 January 2008 10:42 administrator
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This large bridge was constructed in the year 1146 AH., in the beginning of the reign of Karim Khan Zand. The bridge spans over the Babol River. The same has seven main aches and two smaller ones to the height of 11 m. The length of this bridge is 140 m. and is to the width of 6 m. The said is considered as one of the important and ancient bridges of the province. 
 

Darvazeh Pelleh Bridge, Amol

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This brick made bridge spans over the Haraz River, in the city center of Amol, connecting the east of the city to the western sector. It is 120 m. in length. The arches rest on rectangular pillars which are at a distance of 6 m. from each other. In a section a break water has been erected.
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Other Palaces and Edifices, Mazandaran

Friday, 04 January 2008 10:41 administrator
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Other edifices and palaces in Mazandaran province are named as, The Abbas Abad palace, located 8 km. south east of the township of Behshahr,(related to the Safavid era). The Cheshmeh Emarat palace, in Behshahr, (related to the Safavid period). The Owjabat palace, in Kalar Dasht, (related to the Pahlavi era). The Babol palace, in south Babol, (related to the Pahlavi reign) and the Chaikhoran palace, in Chaloos, (related to the Pahlavi era). 
 


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