Footage from the Si-o-se-pol bridge in Isfahan, Iran.
We watch the arches of the bridge, thirty-three in total, in safarid style. At the bottom, the arches are usually covered by the river Zayande (or the life-giving river), but due to the summer the waters have receded and these arches are also visible.
The film continues with shots from an adjacent road with passers-by and cyclists, recording for a while the daily life of the locals.
The bridge was built in 1602 with a length of 295 meters and a width of 14 meters is one of the twelve bridges of Isfahan.