About Latidan Bridge
Latidan Bridge was buried for many years until it was appeared as one of longest historical bridge of Iran due to the flood near the Latidan village in 1372. This bridge is located over the Cole River in Lar - Bandar Abbas road, also it has known as Cole Bridge. Latidan Bridge is the longest bridges in history of Iran that has nearly 233 spans and more than 1,000 meters length. This bridge is a one of masterpieces of the Safavid Dynasty and unlike other bridges of Safavid era has been built with brick and amorphous stones. This bridge is one of the greatest examples of Iran historical bridge. Latidan Bridge, in the Great Shah Abbas Dynasty, was created for campaign to oust the Portuguese and after campaigning, was used for commercial caravans. It is noteworthy that length of Latidan Bridge is three times longer than famous Si-o-Seh Pol Bridge in Isfahan.