The Tabiat Bridge is a three-story bridge in Abbas Abad, Tehran, only pedestrians have the right to cross it and no car is seen on it. The bridge is located on the upper space of the Moddares Highway and was created to connect Taleghani Park and Ab-o-Atash Park. The bridge was completed in 2014. The original design of the bridge belonged to the Iranian architect, Leila Araghian, who won various international architecture awards. The bridge has recently been selected as the third symbol of the city of Tehran.
Special lighting and unique features of this bridge attract many people, especially at night. The Tabiat Bridge has become the first non-road bridge in the country and the largest pedestrian bridge in the Middle East. The bridge is 40 meters high from the ground.
The four-sided view Tabiat Bridge
North view: southern hillside of the Alborz Mountain range and the sky view of Tehran
South view: the city of Tehran and main highways of it
West view: view Ab-o-Atash park
East view: Taleghani Park forest view and the third big flag of the world
The first floor of Tabiat Bridge includes galleries, restaurants, and cafes. The second floor, which is the middle floor of the bridge is the best floor to walk the bridge from the beginning to the end. The second floor is the main way to access other floors from both sides of the park. The third floor is the best view from every side of the bridge and tourists usually use this floor for photography.