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Marnan Bridge

It is also known as Marbin Bridge. A word derived from the Mehrbin of Zoroastrian culture. Having similar stone foundations as the Shahrestan Bridge, it would appear to be of the same period. Just like the Shahrestan Bridge, it joins the northern bank of the river (which because of the curve in the river is in the east) with the southern (and western) bank. The upper parts are made of brick and are from the 17th century Safavid period. It was later renovated by Khajeh Sarfaraz (Jolfa's sheriff). It is 186 metres long and 4.8 metres wide. It has 17 lower sluices and 14 upper arches.

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