The Shahrestan Bridge is the oldest bridge on the Zayandeh River in Iran. The foundations date back to the Sasanian era. Most of its 11-arched stone and brick structure is believed to date from the 12th century, although the pillars themselves remain from a much earlier Sassanian bridge.

Salman Farsi st, Isfahan

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