Tuesday, 25 February, 2020

Middle East’s Biggest Suspension Bridge Set to Open in Ardabil, Iran

The biggest suspension bridge in Middle East is set to open in Meshkin-Shahr City in Ardabil Province

According to some local officials in Meshkin Shahr, the bridge will be opened in the next few days.

1681117The Meshkin Shahr’s bridge is being constructed on the Khiavchai River with 345 meters long, 3 meters wide and 80 meters above the valley floor.


The construction of the bridge was resumed recently after a six-year break.


The cost of the project has been estimated at $ 40 million.


Local officials argue that this unique bridge not only promotes tourism industry in the Ardebil Province, but also increases the number of foreign tourists to the country.


A tourist town with facilities such as hotels, spa pools, a variety of tracks such as skiing, horseback riding, chariot racing and cycling and other ancillary facilities is scheduled to be built next to the bridge.


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