About Khan Bridge

Khan Bridge belongs to Safavid Era. This bridge was constructed in 11th century A.H. by Imam Gholi Khan the governor of Fars, in Marvdasht, on the Kor River. This bridge has five openings and a 101 m length and 5 m width. It has stone pillars and brick vaults. Khan Bridge has been registered as a national monument of Iran.



Marvdasht is as ancient as the history of Iran and the Persian empire. Its former capital Persepolis is in the vicinity of the city, and few kilometers farther Naqsh-e-Rostam, Naqsh-e Rajab and the ruins of the ancient city of Estakhr are reminiscent of the region's importance in historic times.
See Marvdasht