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Si-O-Se Pol, also known as Allahverdi Khan Bridge, crosses the Zayandeh Rud as a southern continuation of Chahar Baq Avenue. It was constructed during the reign of Shah Abbas I in 1602 and named after the man who supervised its construction, Allahverdi Khan. Allahverdi Khan was a man of curious fate. Born a Christian in Georgia, he was sold as a slave and sent to Iran. He led a miserable life until he was eventually made a servant in the court of Shah Tahmasb Safavid. There he had a striking career, and was designated in the time of Shah Abbas 1 as the Governor-General of Fars and head of most of Iran's southern provinces. He became Shah Abbas's most trusted and beloved commander-in-Chief, inspiring such confidence that Shah Abbas totally relied on his suggestions rather than on those of his other courtiers. The great thing about Abbasi hotel Isfahan was it's vicinity near the Si O Se Pol bridge.

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