Darreh Khazineh a tourist hub in western Iran

August 28, 2017

People cross an elevated suspension bridge that spans Darreh Khazineh, a steep canyon in western Iranian Lorestan province, August 26, 2017.

The 112-meter-long bridge is said to be the most elevated one in the Middle East, with an altitude of more than 85 meters over Seymareh River.  

The bridge is named after Khazineh village, itself a tourist hub located somewhere in the middle of a road that connects Andimeshk to Pol-e Dokhtar.

Lorestan province, in the middle of the Zagros mountain range, acts as a gateway to the sweltering plains below the adjoining Khuzestan province.

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