Thirty-three bridges are one of the architectural and engineering works of Iran's history. It has a length of 300 meters and a width of 14 meters. It is part of the reign of Shah Abbas I, which was built with the cost and supervision of his commander, Allah Verdi Khan, in 1005 AH. During the Safavid period, great celebrations were held, including the celebration of the Abrazan or the Armenians of the Abpashan, along with the bridge. Also The Armenians of Julfa performed the silhouettes near the bridge. The bridge originally had forty springs from all springs, a very widespread, long and elevated plain, with stone and limestone foundations It was raised with bricks and plaster, and the two sides of the bridge fence it and during the flood the river was a magnificent promenade. Several craters of this bridge were taken and now has 33 craters and from It is known for the bridge of 33 springs. At different times, the bridge was named by different names, including: Shah Abbasi Bridge - Allah Dorikhan Bridge - Jolfa Bridge - Peyel Cheshme Bridge - Bridge of Thirty and Three Springs. This bridge for connecting the street Four old Abbasid gardens were built on Charbagh Street and the Garden of Thousand Jereyb and Abbas Abad. This bridge was at the celebration of the waterfalls and water springs of Shah's community, elders and poets, and Rijal and other people. Under the command of Shah Abbas, a bridge was piloted with flowers and numerous flowers were cast on the way to the Shah and his companions. During the Na'rooz seven days There were celebrations and stomachs on this bridge overnight, and the people of Isfahan illuminated the bridge, creating a very beautiful view. The situation with the old bridge has not changed much. The junctions and booths that are beautiful and suitable for both sides of the bridge, which accommodate the inhabitants and traffic, remain the same. The length of the bridge is 295 meters and the width is 13/75 meters. During the Safavid period, the Armenians had the right to assemble the first bridge and build their property and their industries with the Isfahan craftsmen, and they did not have the right to cross the bridge through the city, in front of the bridge, Reza Shah's great statue A 5-meter high pillar can be seen that the horse rides and sees to you that the square is now called the March 24 or the statue field.