Si O Se Pol bridge (Allah Verdi Khan Bridge) is a historical bridge in the city of Isfahan, which was built by Allah Verdi khan Gorji, Sardar of shah Abbas I Safavid. This bridge has 33 spans, 295 meters long and 14 meters wide. The date of construction of Si O Se Pol bridge is 1005 AH and coincides with the date of construction of Chahar Bagh Abbasi Street.
Si O Se Pol bridge is located between Chaharbagh Abbasi and Chaharbagh Bala. Si O Se Pol bridge is considered a masterpiece of architecture and bridge construction in Iran and the world.
The architect of the Si O Se Pol bridge is master Hossein Bana Isfahani, whose son Mohammad Reza Isfahani also built the Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque. Although bridges are usually built in narrow sections of a river, but to build Si O Se Pol bridge, Master Hossein Bana Esfahani chose the widest part of the Zayandeh Rud River, because this part of the river was flowed in a shallow, wide and calm bed.
Si O Se Pol bridge is built on two floors. Stone is used to make the lower part of bridge and bricks, mortar and plaster are used for making the upper part of this bridge. The bridge is built in a way that moisture increases its durability and strength, and water can not damage it in the long run.