Qarah Soo Bridge

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Qarah Soo Bridge also known as Zaqan is a bridge in Ardabil, northwest Iran. It bridges the Baliqly Chay River. The bridge has seven arches and was originally built as far back as the Safavid dynasty.[1] The bridge was last renovated in about 1920.

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