Qari Bridge

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Coordinates: 38°04′48.05″N 46°18′02.22″E / 38.0800139°N 46.3006167°E / 38.0800139; 46.3006167

New pedestrian bridge built in Pahlavi period, west of Qari bridge

Qari Bridge is a historic stone[1] bridges in Tabriz, Iran, over the Quri River. It has been built during Qajar dynasty, and is a part of Seghat-ol-eslam street, connecting Bazaar of Tabriz to the northern districts of Tabriz, among them Sheshgelan and Davachi. During Pahlavi dynasty, a smaller bridge was built for the pedestrians.

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