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Español: Si-o-se Pol, conocido oficialmente como el Puente Allāhverdi Khan (en español “El puente de las treinta luces” es un puente situado en Isfahán, Irán, y es uno de los símbolos de la ciudad. Con sus 297.76 metros de longitud se trata del mayor puente sobre el río Zayandeh. El puente se construyó entre 1599 y 1602 y se considera uno de los ejemplos más representativos del diseño safávida de puentes. Debido a las altas temperaturas de la región durante el verano, el río está seco hasta el invierno.
English: The Si-o-seh pol, officially known as Allāhverdi Khan Bridge (in English “The bridge of thirty-three spans” is a bridge located in Isfahan, Iran and one of the city landmarks. With 297.76 metres (976.9 ft) it is the longest bridge over the Zayandeh River. The bridge was constructed between 1599–1602 and ranks as one of the most famous examples of Safavid bridge design. Due to high temperatures in the region during summer the Zayandeh river is dried out until winter.
Polski: Most Allāhverdi Khana, potocznie nazywany Si-o-seh pol („most trzydziestu trzech łuków”), jeden z symboli IsfahanuIranie. Ma 297,76 m długości, co czyni go najdłuższym mostem przerzuconym nad rzeką Zajande Rud. Został zbudowany w latach 1599–1602 i jest uważany za jeden z najbardziej reprezentatywnych przykładów safawidzkiej sztuki projektowania mostów. Z powodu wysokich temperatur panujących w regionie podczas lata, rzeka jest wyschnięta aż do zimy.
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English: The Si-o-seh pol, officially known as Allāhverdi Khan Bridge (in English “The bridge of thirty-three spans”) is a bridge located in Isfahan, Iran and one of the city landmarks. With 297.76 metres (976.9 ft) it is the longest bridge over the Zayandeh River. The bridge was constructed between 1599-1602 and ranks as one of the most famous examples of Safavid bridge design. Due to high temperatures in the region during summer the Zayandeh river is dried out until winter.

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