Monday, April 15, 2024

Cheshmeh Kileh bridge in Iran’s Tonekabon, a tourist spot for Nowruz

The Cheshmeh Kileh historical bridge in Iran’s northern Tonekabon city is a valuable cultural heritage asset.

But the bridge is well-known as a site to watch the large number of seagulls flying over it.

Domestic and foreign tourists usually swarm the bridge at the end of winter and early spring to watch the birds.

The bridge is one of the recommended places for travelers during the two-week Nowruz, or Persian New Year, holidays, which start on March 20.

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