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Barim Bridge

Barim Bridge, Basht, Kohgiluye Boir Ahmad

Bridges have always been considered because of their important functions in human life and in different periods, they tried to be designed and built in the best possible way. Because the construction of each bridge was like opening the doors of civilization to many people who could cross it every day to do business and other matters of life. In the design and construction of bridges, all available technologies were used to increase its useful life and do not need repairs in short periods. Examples of old bridges are abundant in Iran and different cities of Iran, and remnants of them can be seen in almost every region.

Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad” province, with their permanent and seasonal rivers, have needed many bridges to connect the two sides of these rivers. One of the old bridges in this province, which is located near the city of Basht, is known as the Barim Bridge. Of course, it is necessary to mention that Pol-e Barim is located in Fars province in terms of provincial divisions, but due to its proximity to Basht city, it is located in the tourism divisions of Basht city and “Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad” province.

The Barim Bridge is located on the Tang-e Shio River, which originates from the mountainous areas of the north of Fars province, and after a long journey, shortly after the Barim Bridge, connecting to the Fahlian River, forms the beautiful Zohreh River.

The original building of Pol-e Barim belongs to the Sassanid era and was last rebuilt by the Safavid kings. Later, a large part of it was destroyed due to many erosions, and today only its tourist use is considered.

It is not difficult to visit the Barim Bridge and it is possible to walk without walking due to its location on the side of the road.

Mehdi Gholami


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