Tabiat Bridge

Tehran, Modares Hwy, Iran

021 2620 7736

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Shahram Khoddami

5 out of 5 stars

posted a week ago

Tabiat Bridge was designed by Leila Araghian as part of a local competition for the design of a bridge to connect two parks in north Tehran which were...

Sheida bahrami nejad

3 out of 5 stars

posted 4 weeks ago

actually this bridge connect two beautiful park's of Tehran... not bad for visiting one Time!

TT J

5 out of 5 stars

posted a month ago

Beauty place in Tehran. If you are a tourist and coming to Iran you must come here! In two side of this place are different parks. One of theme with...

Tabiat Bridge as a Tourist Attraction in Tehran

Tabiat(Nature) Bridge in Tehran as a Tourist Attraction

Tabiat Bridge as a Tourist Attraction is one of the most beautiful modern tourist 3rd floors bridges in Tehran. Nnumerous cafes for rest with walking paths and open-air platforms, provides a fantastic view of Tehran's city. The nature bridge connects Ab-o-Atash and Taleghani parks.

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Introducing Tehran Tabiat Bridge(Nature Bridge)

The Tabiat Bridge(Nature Bridge-Pol e Tabiat) is the largest non-car bridge in Iran, which was opened in 2014. The bridge is 40 meters high and has three floors and passes through the width of the Modare's highway.

14,000 pieces of steel have been used in various sizes to build a Tabiat Bridge(Nature Bridge). The area of ​​the Tabiat Bridge(Nature Bridge)(Tabiat bridge) is 7,000 square meters and connects Taleghani and water and fire(ab o atash) parks together. The shape of the bridge is like a tree and has a beautiful and unique design. The organic design, the shape of the tree columns alongside the name "Nature", has been marketed for this bridge. In the design of the Tabiat Bridge(Nature Bridge), some Iranian bridges like Khaju Bridge have been inspired by the architecture. It is not a bad thing to know that there are national parks in Australia, France, Canada, the Netherlands, Belgium and Malaysia.

Architectural details of Tehran Tabiat Bridge(Nature Bridge):

  • Architect of the Tabiat Bridge(Nature Bridge): Leyla Araghi (he won the famous Aqajan Award in 2016 with Alireza Behzadi).
  • Design inspired by: Persian Bridge Architecture such as Khaju Bridge
  • Date of commencement of the bridge construction: 1389
  • Date of completion of the bridge construction: 2014
  • Total length of the bridge: about 270 meters
  • The main feature of the Tabiat Bridge(Nature Bridge) is the organic design and the tree-like plan.
  • Number of floors of Tabiat Bridge(Nature Bridge): 3 floors
  • Earthquake Resistance: 7 earthquake magnitudes
  • Useful life of the bridge: 100 years
  • Bridge width: Variable between 6 and 13 meters
  • Weight of the structure: 2000 tons

About the Tabiat Bridge(Nature Bridge or Pol-e Tabiat)

The Tabiat Bridge(Nature Bridge) is one of the tourist places in Tehran, which has been widely welcomed in recent years and has become a symbol of the city. The most surprising thing about Tehran's Tabiat Bridge(Nature Bridge) is that although it is located between several main streets of the city and is built right in the center of traffic, it has a feeling of being in nature and breathing. Having green spaces, walking paths and seeing people with energy and pleasure who come to Tehran's Tabiat Bridge(Nature Bridge) for fun or sport will double the sense of  vitality of this space.

Bridge's Cafes and Restaurants

All the fun of this bridge does not end in walking and passing through it and seeing the capital's outlook; restaurants, coffee shops, cafe galleries and such spaces are prepared with different services to make a different experience. Just go to the first floor of the bridge to get a lot of delicious choices ahead of you. You can drink coffee or tea with your friends or family, or enjoy delicious food, and take a look at the effects of the capital, along with enjoying moments together.

Tabiat Bridge addresses

Tabiat Bridge(Nature Bridge), Ab-o-Atash Park,Vanak Square, Tehran Province