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An Iranian mother and her daughter enjoy the early evening at Si-o-Seh Pol. Si-o-Seh Pol, a 298m long bridge with 33 arches, was built by Allahverdi Khan between 1599 to 1602 to link the two halves of Chahar Bagh street. It is also served as a dam, and still in use today to hold the water.
An Iranian mother and her daughter enjoy the early evening at Si-o-Seh Pol. Si-o-Seh Pol, a 298m long bridge with 33 arches, was built by Allahverdi Khan between 1599 to 1602 to link the two halves of Chahar Bagh street. It is also served as a dam, and still in use today to hold the water.
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