There is an old and unique bridge over the Seymareh River that attracts many visitors. The name of this bridge is is the buffalo bridge of Ilam . One of the historians named Sarhenri Rawlinson says about this bridge in his travelogue: The bridge that is now located on Seymareh is one of the best bridges in Iran and Hossein Khan Bozorg repaired this bridge in 1008 AH. Some famous archaeologists believe that the name of this bridge, Gomishe, means the place where cattle are raised. Join us in this fascinating article to know where the buffalo bridge is and get to know more about the beauties of the historic buffalo bridge.
Beautiful and historical spectacle
Ilam buffalo bridge has 6 arches and bases and thick and large supports that are made of large and giant stones. Inside these strong and high foundations are filled with mortar and rubble and the roof of the arches is made of brick. When our eyes fall on the middle steps, we find that in addition to being used as a bridge, they also used it as a shelter. The architecture of this beautiful building is in the Sassanid style, but in the fountains of the arches, works of Safavid and Qajar art can also be seen. With a careful and measured examination, it can be seen that the historic Gaumishan Bridge was rebuilt and restored during the reign of Atabak Lor.
According to the article, “Where is the Gaumishan Bridge?” goes. Darrehshahr historical bridge was registered as one of the national monuments of Iran on March 24, 1998 with the registration number 2222.