Isfahan’s historical attractions are not few; One is “Naghsh Jahan Square” with it Aali Qapo Palace and the other is “Hasht Behesht Palace” and “Al-Lahordikhan Bridge” or the “Thirty-Three Bridges” that has made the voices of the people here and there, but its charms are not one or two.
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There are thirty-three bridges from one side to one side of a civilization
What are the different letters of 33 bridges?
C architecture And what about the three bridges?
Why exactly 33 bridges? /
Fun at Isfahan Historic Bridge
Damage and destruction of thirty-three bridges?
Interesting points about the architecture and features of the bridge
What is the best time to visit 33 bridges?
Where are the thirty-three bridges?
The best way to reach the bridge
O Yadegar Eshgh, our light I have been writing since the time when Zayandehrudd was alive and the picture of this bridge fell on the water and the color of the bricks. The khaki bridge with the blue color of the sky only removes the heart from the chest. Those days are not long gone and I do not want to open his new wounds that we took the juice of his life and brought his life to his lips. But this is a monument of the Safavid period and does not take to heart and illuminate our dark nights.
This masterpiece of Iranian architecture that has not given up all these years and has many memories and stories to tell and only wants to listen to I hear stories from every mouth and arch, it is world famous and it has even set foot in half of the world. I would like to write the story behind “Thirty-Three Bridges” in Alibaba Tourism Magazine , to write about its beauties, its greatness, its Memorable days so that maybe the sound of bricks to bricks of this bridge will acquaint you with your eyes and hearts.
Why is the famous bridge of Isfahan called 33 bridges?
There is a lot to be said about this, but there are stories of 33 openings and the connection of 33 openings with the Georgian alphabet of Allah Verdi Khan and the number 133 to Anahita (Goddess Water) There is a date that must be passed to date for accuracy and accuracy.
Where are the thirty-three bridges?
Iran, Isfahan , Isfahan, Enghelab Square, south of Chaharbagh Bala or north of Chaharbagh Abbasi and Enghelab Square
“Thirty-three bridges” is one of the longest bridges in Zayandehrood with 295 meters, which was formed during the same period of Shah Abbas I Safavid in the direction of one of the main axes of Chaharbagh. Of course, it has left difficult days and nights in these years. I do not mean to say that it is one of the most beautiful, because from the pictures of one of the Isfahan sights , these glories and charms of the bridge I saw.
I read somewhere that there were 99 niches on the top and second floors of the bridge, with paintings by They were beaten. But today it seems that our hands are empty. There was a square at the beginning of the “Thirty-Three Bridges” where the Armenians living in Isfahan only had the right to have a commercial space with the Isfahanis and to exchange their industries and property with them.
What are the different letters of the 33 bridges? ?
“Shah Abbasi Bridge”, “Allahvordikhan Bridge”, “Jolfa Bridge”, “Zayandehrood Bridge”, “Chehel Cheshmeh Bridge”, “Thirty-Three Springs Bridge” and “Si Bridge “And three bridges.” I have not heard any of these names and signs before, except for the “Thirty-Three Bridges”. I did not know at all that so many names had been given to him.
The reason for naming each one of them requires a separate paragraph, but I will write the lip. You know Shah Abbas I, the Safavid, who, wherever he went, saw one of his most prominent tasks in urban architecture, reaching out and ordering the construction of this bridge, along with many of the monuments of that time. This is exactly where this bridge is known as “Shah Abbasi Bridge”.
As if the story has a long story, it does not end here and the name of the founder, Allahordikhan, is also placed on this bridge. I sat down and thought about how I can relate its 40 springs to this bridge. It does not open again and only 33 springs remain.
All this seems logical, but where should I put the name of Julfa Bridge when people say that they took their way to Julfa from this bridge, which is called “Julfa Bridge”. It slowly hit the forehead of this bridge and fell on the tongues. There is a lot to be said about the story of the goddess Anahita. It is said that the goddess Anahita (goddess of water) must be related to the number 133, and when the waves of Zayandehrud passed under this bridge, they named it “Anahita bridge”.
What about the architecture of the 33 bridges?
Nothing can build such a bridge of this magnitude, except stone, brick, plaster and mortar. , Lime, ash and Koi fibers) with a sea of love. Night and day they came and went, so that the architect of this bridge would harden the stones under the foot of its pillars and bless the upper part with bricks, plaster and mortar and with love.
The thirty-three bridge has two floors. And in his youth he used to cross the second and upper floors by any means of vehicles, but after many years the value of this bridge became apparent to many, and so as not to cause much damage, it was from then on that only people could cross it. Cross it, not horses and chariots.
Bridge Thirty-three Bridge seems unlikely to have six roads; Pavement between the bridge for caravans and riders, sidewalk and first floor, two roofed corridors on both sides of the bridge. But at the moment there is only one route on this bridge; First and second floor.
If you are steel, it must have been damaged by the caress of the river during these 400 years, I saw, the foundations of thirty-three bridges are so strange that the moisture and cold of the water During these years, he has not scratched them and even his heart for Zayn caresses Dehroud is missed.
The love of Iranian architects does not know this time and that time. That is, to build the largest bridges, even now, well-known engineers know that bridge piers must be built in the shallowest part of a lake, river or sea. These skilled Iranian engineers also built thirty-three bridges in the widest part of the Zayandeh River at that time, which were shallow and could easily pave the bridge.
Strongly attached to this bridge that even the flood of Noah could not destroy. Of course, “Khajoo Bridge” and “Marnan Bridge” around the “Thirty-Three Bridges” shake hands with tourists to sacrifice their lives as we go, but the Thirty-Three Bridges is something else.
Why exactly 33 bridges?
Thirty-three bridges. One says that the number 133 is related to the goddess Anahita. Some say that because Allahvardikhan (the founder of the bridge) was one of the Georgians who wanted to claim respect for the 33-letter alphabet of his language, he built 33 openings for this Iranian bridge in the heart of Isfahan, which is one of the stories of Gadaf.
From its inception, the bridge had 33 divorces, 40 of which had 40 spans, and was known as “Chehel Cheshmeh”. Now that I am sure of this, the reason for naming it “Thirty-Three Bridges” is because it has 33 spans.