Tabiaat Bridge, Tehran
About Tabiaat Bridge, Tehran
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Address: Tehran Province, Tehran, Modares Hwy, Iran
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There is something magnanimous about Tabiat bridge that makes it to be the largest pedestrian overpass in Tehran. This bridge acts as a connecting link between two beautiful parks-Taleghani Park and Abo-Atash Park. A walk over this bridge will unfold some of the most beautiful views of the city, especially its green landscape. It is for this reason that the bridge has been named as “Tabiat” which means nature. Designed by Leila Araghian, this bridge has won many accolades such as the Popular Choice Prize for Highways & Bridges from the Architizer A+ Awards, a global architectural competition based in New York. Remember this is not just a bridge to cross over but an attraction in itself that beautifies the city further.
Tabiaat Bridge Ticket Prices
- Entry is free.
How To reach Tabiaat Bridge by Public Transport
- By Bus stop: 8406
- By rented car from city centre.
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The best structure in the city. You can see on the morning & afternoon all are different. Please like this message if you like the place.
Excellent, amazing and beautiful in both bridge design and view. I definitely suggest to visit. A combination of modernity and creative design. There is also loangs and restaurants.
A good place for family stroll or young couple dating. Sends very popular for people to take selfies!!
It's a great place! "Tabiat" means "nature" in Arabic. It is situated inside a park. And it really matches with the scenery surrounding it. To the north you can see Tehran skyscrapers, and to the south you can see the Mosallah of Imam Khomeini. The place is a cool place to relax and to watch the Iranians passing by.
A unique space within a busy metropolis, this place takes you away from the craziness of Tehran. You can take a peaceful stroll, have something to eat or drink, and enjoy the beautiful views of Tehran that the bridge frames. The project is an adaptation of the HighLine in NYC.
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