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Meshginshahr Suspension Bridge

General Information

Completion: 16 May 2015
Status: in use

Project Type

Structure: Suspension bridge
Function / usage: Pedestrian bridge (footbridge)
Material: Steel bridge


Location: , ,
Coordinates: 38° 22' 32.13" N    47° 41' 0.62" E
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Technical Information


total length 365 m
deck width 2 m
height above valley floor or water 80 m

Excerpt from Wikipedia

Meshginshahr suspension bridge crosses the Khiav River, near Meshginshahr, Ardabil Province in the northwest Iran. It is the Middle East's largest suspension bridge with a height of 80 metres (260 ft) and length of 365 metres (1,198 ft). The original bridge was built in 2015. It was designed and installed by Eng. Mahmoud Ganjalibeyk and Eng. Ali Ganjali-beyk.

Text imported from Wikipedia article "Meshginshahr suspension bridge" and modified on 23 July 2019 under the CC-BY-SA 3.0 license.



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