Plul gotoor Khoi

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The airway Bridge in Khoy is considered to be the largest air bridge in the Middle East, attracting many tourists every year to the beautiful and pristine nature.

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The Khowi gotoor Airway is located at the border between Iran and Turkey and in the city of Qumar from the cities of the city of Khoy. It is located in the Mozafa valley and on the river Qumur, and the transit railroad to Iran passes through Europe.

  • Background information

    The bridge was built by the two Iranian and Austrian companies in 1347, the foundation and its concrete foundation, and the metal skeleton and chassis were made by the Americans. The construction of the bridge was completed in 1949 by a female German engineer it is arrived.
  • Specific information

    The length of the bridge is 448 meters long, the length of the bridge is 223 meters and the bridge is 118.28 meters high, with 10 reinforced concrete foundations, 6 of which are on the stand and 4 of the concrete bases towards There are 8 rhizomes that have expanded along X-X together.
    Khum bridge is one of the most beautiful and unique bridges of the Middle East. Although its building is not over 40 years old, it is a new bridges, but due to its magnificence and glory and its location in a beautiful and pleasant valley The crowd is remarkable, and it attracts many tourists daily, especially during the New Year and holidays.
  • Outlook

    The color of the metal bridge was red in the past, and it was painted in the color of the earth during the war between Iran and Iraq to camouflage the Iraqi air strike.
  • More Info

    Iraq, during the eight years of the imposed war, had realized the strategic significance of the bridge as a bridge between Iran and Europe, which resulted in 9 air strikes and 6 times the bombing of the bridge, which caused a lot of damage on the metal and chassis Its concrete foundations have entered into these attacks and several martyrs presented Islam and revolution with the attacks.
    After the end of the imposed war, the damage to the bridge, estimated at 30%, was begun by Iranian engineers and was restored to Ardebehest in 1374.

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