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Si O Seh Pol In Rainy Night

Published over 2 years ago by omid jafarnezhad

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Si-o-se Pol (Persian: سی و سه پل‎, pronounced [ˈsiː oˈseh ˈpol],[2] which means 33 Bridge or the Bridge of 33 Arches), also called<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/si-o-seh-pol-in-rainy-night-isfahan">...(more)</a>

Beneath the Si-o-se Pol

Published almost 4 years ago by Ramin Dehdashti

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Beneath the Si-o-se Pol in the summer of 2008 when the Zayandeh River had no water.

The Zayandeh Rud and the Si-o-seh Pol in May 2009

Published over 5 years ago by Ramin Dehdashti

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May 2009, usually the Zayandeh Rud (River) is always full of water, especially at springtime. In the past s<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/iran-isfahan-sioseh-si-o-seh-pol-dry-zayandeh-river-sunset">...(more)</a>

Si-o-seh Pol at night

Published over 5 years ago by Ramin Dehdashti

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Si-o-seh Pol (The 33 Arches Bridge) is one of Isfahan's most famous bridges and was built during the Safavid Dynasty. Formely known as the 'Allahverdi Khan Bridge'.

The Si-o-seh Bridge

Published over 5 years ago by Ramin Dehdashti

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The Si-o-seh Bridge and the dried Zayandeh river. In the summer of 2008 the river dried out for the second time in history.

Si-o-seh Pol (The 33 Arches Bridge)

Published almost 6 years ago by Ramin Dehdashti

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The Si-o-seh Pol connects Isfahan's main boulevard, the historical Chaharbagh (The Four Gardens) over the Zayandeh river<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/iran-isfahan-si-o-se-pol-the-33-arches-bridge">...(more)</a>

Si-o-seh Pol (The 33 Arches Bridge)

Published almost 6 years ago by Ramin Dehdashti

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The east side of the Si-o-seh Pol, Isfahan, Iran

The Zayandeh River Promenade

Published almost 6 years ago by Ramin Dehdashti

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The Zayandeh River Promenade at the west southern side of the Si-o-seh Pol (The 33 Arches Bridge)