Tabiat Bridge (means Nature Bridge in Persian language) is a beautiful man-made structure in the capital city of Iran, Tehran. This giant bridge connects two of the most important parks of Tehran to each other (Taleqani and Abo Atash Parks). The bridge passes over Modares highway which is of the primary expressways of Terhan. In Iran, there is no overpass bigger than Tabiat Bridge for pedestrians and these amazing characteristics make this exceptional bridge an interesting and amazing place to travelers. An impressive fact about Tabiat Bridge is that its designer is an Iranian woman, Leila Araghian. She has been awarded a lot of prizes for her outstanding design. One of the prizes she has won is the Popular Choice Design for Highways and Bridges which was a global architecture competition in New York.
The process of designing this Bridge took a full year and the designer’s intention was to provide people with a place where they can spend their time having fun, eating foods and staying in coffee shops and not just passing the bridge. The construction of the bridge started in 2010 and after four years of working hard it ended in 2014. The project was completely a challenge since it was meant to be built over a gigantic highway. Tons of steel and thousands of cubic meters concrete are used for building this beautiful structure.
There are many restaurants and cafes located inside Tabiat Bridge. The bridge has been designed in three floors, each with its specific features. While you are standing on the bridge, you have a full view of south and north of Tehran as well as the nature around it so you can take a lot of nice pictures and selfies. You will be able to have an unbelievable landscape during your stay especially at night. Tabiat Bridge is certainly among the most popular tourist attractions of Tehran and some people believe is the most. Almost all international and domestic tourists who travel to Tehran visit this incredibly awesome bridge. So it is a must-see site in Tehran and it is highly recommended to see Tabiat bridge while traveling to Iran.