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Live in heaven

Marnan is very beautiful and calm bridge Also it is historical Actually at night it's very... read more

Reviewed 3 May 2017
Abbas N
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Iran
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miss those days with water

its another old bridge in Isfahan . not pretty as siosepol or khajoo but if river have water its... read more

Reviewed 24 September 2018
wonderfulirantour
,
Isfahan Province, Iran
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Reviewed 3 May 2017 via mobile

Marnan is very beautiful and calm bridge
Also it is historical
Actually at night it's very beautiful
You can stand on it for a long time without any tired

Thank Abbas N
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Reviewed 13 January 2017 via mobile

Suitable for visit . A historic bridge . Marnan was called to the nearby place. This bridge was helped to khajoo bridge and 33bridge

Thank Amir A
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Reviewed 25 December 2016 via mobile

It is not crowded as siosepol and khajo bridge. You can walking on that and see good view. The sunset so perety.

Thank Azadeh A
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Reviewed 22 December 2016

Between Siosehpol and Marnan bridges there are trails on both sides of the river through park like green areas. Wonderful to walk or run up at one side and down the other. It is almost 6 km. Altogether 10 km if you add the loop Siosehpol - Khajou bridge - Siosehpol. In December there is no water in the riverbed and the trails may be covered with some ice. So walk or run in the afternoon as normally the ice melts away during the day. You could also cycle this route, though you might have to go off your bike every now and then.

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Reviewed 29 September 2016

Not as grand and impressive as the Si-o-Seh- pol or Khajou bridges but also not as crowded and a nice place to sit and relax listening to the sound of the flowing water and chirping of the crickets on a cool summer night in beautiful Esfahan.

Thank PoshGypsyUK
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