Introduction to Tabiat Bridge (The bridge of nature)
Tehran, one of the most progressive cities in Iran, contains many different tourist attractions, some of which have historical or contemporary roots. One of the most prominent modern places in Tehran is the Tabiat Bridge. The spectacular bridge is one of the symbols of Tehran, known as the largest non-vehicle bridge in the Middle East and the first non-vehicle bridge in Iran.
The bridge connects Taleghani and Ab-o-Atash parks and has created a scenic view of Tehran. In the unique bridge, in addition to walking, you can use the space and facilities to spend pleasant hours in the heart of the capital. Also, on the bridge, if you raise your head a little and look at the horizon, you will see the southern slope of the Alborz and Damavand mountains.
History of Tabiat Bridge
The Tabiat Bridge, an organic structure that is a continuation of the association between the two green spaces, was designed by Leila Araghian. About the idea of building the bridge, she explained that one day while walking in the alleys of Tehran, she reached a bridge with a river flowing under it and at the same time used the furniture next to a house to sit on the bridge, and the idea that we always cross the bridges, and there is no opportunity to rest on them and enjoy the surrounding space had involved her mind. Therefore, she designed the bridge where people should safely pause and look at the surrounding scenery.
Another point about the specific construction of the bridge is that, in general, bridges usually have a smooth path, and their close can be seen from the beginning. The curves of the Tabiat Bridge prevent you from seeing the end so that people feel free to explore.
The architecture of Tabiat Bridge
The Tabiat bridge consists of 3 floors and is connected by several stairs. The first floor contains 1450 square meters, and the sides are covered with glass walls. Among the facilities here, we can mention the restaurant and coffee shop, where you can try the delicious taste of Persian and foreign foods in the green environment and the spectacular view of the area in addition to sightseeing and enjoyment.
The second floor is about 1450 square meters, with a cosy space that is very spectacular. Thanks to the benches placed in different parts, you can relax and enjoy all the beauty on the level.
The area of the third floor is 571 square meters. The level is the best place to see the scenery of Tehran, particularly at sunset, and is the best place for walking, especially since there are two viewing platforms in the north and south where you can watch the surrounding scenery. Also, you need to know that the floor is the best place to take photos.
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