Shahrestan Traditional Bridge

Shahrestan Traditional Bridge

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Isfahan is a historical city with unique artistic architecture. There is a rich history in the center of Iran which is offering mystery to the public. By traveling through this beautiful city, you can take a look at alleys full of old textures, and even walk on its old and historical bridges such as the Marnan Bridge and the Sharsetan Bridge (Bridge of Jey).

These monuments tell us the story of Iranian architects.

 If you plan to tour Isfahan, we suggest you to visit the Shahrestan Bridge. This bridge, also known as Jey Bridge and Jasser Hussein Bridge. This historical bridge in Isfahan is one of the oldest buildings on Zayandehrood River. Sharestan Bridge is located 4 kilometers east of Isfahan and in Salman Farsi Boulevard and in 11.7 km distance from Kianpour boutique hotel. There are public transportation such as bus, subway, taxi and so on in order to get there easily.

 Some historians believe that this city's bridge dates back to Sassani era, but its origins date back to the Achaemenians. The upper part of the bridge contains remnants of the Daleemah and Salajqah that are preserved today in the national monuments of Iran.

 This bridge, one of the oldest in Isfahan, is located in a village of the same name in the east of Khaju Bridge. There are fewer historical residence in Iran that can provide great service such as transportation etc. Tourist in the city of Isfahan can visit the Shahrestan Bridge at the top of their city tours. At the beginning of your tour to this bridge you can see its unique architecture, which has survived for years and stands firmly in place.

 The architecture of the Shahrestan bridge looks very interesting, with its foundations resting on the natural rocks of the river floor. The bridge has 12 large stone bases created on the natural rocks of the river floor. The widths of the bridge varies from 4.25 to 5 meters. Also it is more than 105 in length from its brick column to the end of its old pavement. Stone, brick and clay are the materials used to build the bridge, and repairs have been made on the Dilmian and Seljuk era to make it look modern.

 Shahrestan Bridge has been used for military purposes and it is also known by other names such as Jey or Jasser Hussein Bridge. Sharhestan Bridge has been listed in the National Monuments List of Iran since January 1, 2011.

Take a look around the bridge alongside the unique architecture of the city bridge and go to a luxury boutique hotel in Isfahan with a memorable retreat with captivating photos of this spectacular scenery. While browsing the cobblestone sidewalks of this scenery, you can see another view of nature by strolling the city bridge. Other sights in Isfahan that you can visit are the magnificent shrine of Ballieh Caliph Abbasia, which is a few steps from the Shahrestan Bridge. If you want to experience the journey to the heart of history, you can stay at Kianpour historical house in Isfahan with the best Qajarian accommodation to enjoy a pleasant stay in this city.

 

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