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Unfortunately the river has been dry for ten years due to the drought but this doesn't stop the bridge being a meeting place for the locals. Especially around midnight spontaneous singing starts with various groups practicing the acoustics under the bridge.
Apart from the historical and artistic importance I suggest visitors do what most Iranians do ... sit under its columns and listen to the local singers. It adds a different touch of beauty to its natural beauty.
The Government, to save water for the desert, has diverted the river, Consequently, this is a bridge that now goes over a dry bed. Nearby is a row of swan-shaped pedaloes, looking very miserable. We were told the water went to Yazd, which manaqges to...More
what is very interesting about this place is that all stones are carved at stone mine and installed at the place. the architecture is very amazing in the way on one side there is no sound of water and on the other side there is...More
this walkway bridge connects the northern(older) part of city to southern part (newer). it is about 130 meters long and along the length of the bridge is decorated with brilliant tile work. certain part of the bridge use to be utilized as a tea house...More
We visited this bridge twice. once in 2015, when we were in Iran for business and they took us here for sunset and evening. It was great, it was full of water and lots of young people were there singing, playing music and dancing. We...More