Pul-i Mushir
Dalaki, Iran
Pul-i Mushir is a six-span bridge located on the Dalaki river, near Dalaki village in the Borazjan region of Bushihr Province, Iran. It was built or renovated in 1860/1277 AH during the reign of Nasir al-Din Shah Qajar by Mirza Abu al-Hasan Khan Mushir al-Mulk (probably the governor of Fars at that time), and hence has the title "Mushir" in its name. Its architect is believed to be Haj Muhammad Rahimi. The materials used include baked brick and plaster in the body and arches, and stone in the pillars. The bridge facilitated trade between Bushihr and Fars provinces.

Sources:

Mokhlessi, Mohammad-Ali. Pulhā-yi qadīmī-i Irān (Ancient Bridges of Iran). Sazman-i Miraas-i Farhang: Tehran, 1998.

IranShahrPedia: Encyclopedia of Iranian Architectural History entry: http://iranshahrpedia.com/view/17660
Archived site (Dec 20, 2019): http://archive.is/9qRMk

Registration number in Fihrist-i Asar-i Milli-i Iran: 2411. Date of registration: 04/05/1378 (Solar Hijri).


منابع فارسى

 ".پل مشیر در شمال برازجان متعلق به دوره قاجاريه است"
.انجمن مفاخر مهمارى ايران

: دانشنامۀ تاریخ معماری و شهرسازی ایران ‌شهر

شمارہ ثبت در فہرست آثار ملی ایران: ۲۴۱۱. تاريخ ثبت: ۱۳۷۸/۰۵/۰۴

Location
Dalaki, Iran
Images & Videos
Events
late 18th-early 20th/13th - first half of 14th c. AH
Style Periods
1779-1924
Variant Names
پل مشیر
Original
Pul-i Mushir
Transliterated
Pol-e Moshir
Alternate transliteration
Pol-e Mashir
Alternate transliteration
Moshir Bridge
Translated
Building Usages
bridge
transportation