Si-o-se Pol (means 33 bridge) is one of the historical bridges of Isfahan on the Zayandeh Rood River, which was built about 400 years ago during the reign of Shah Abbas I Safavid. With 295 meters long and 14 meters wide, and its reflection on the river's water, double its beauty. This Brick Bridge is a masterpiece of architecture and bridge construction of Iran and the world. In the past it was called Allahverdi Khan Bridge, the constructive officer, an honor for the builder. Some other called it as Jolfa Bridge. Initially this bridge had 40 waterways, over the time, 7 spans of water have been blocked and now thirty-three spans are open and because of this it has been known 33 bridges.
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