Marnan Bridge Isfahan is a historical bridge in Isfahan, Iran. The current structure of the bridge dates back to the Safavid era, but its foundations are older and possibly as old as the Shahrestan bridge, which dates back to the Sasanian era
Marnan Bridge Isfahan is one of the historic bridges which was constructed west of the Safavid city. It was reconstructed during Safavid period. The original bridge was as old as the Shahrestan Bridge. In accordance with the available documents, the Marnan Bridge was replanned and constructed by the order of Khajeh Sarfaraz who was an Armenian administrator of Armenian district in Isfahan.
This bridge is also called Sarfaraz and its appellation is that one of the rich religious minorities built or repaired it at Shah Soleiman Safavid time and then it was called Sarfaraz and was known as Sarfaraz for some time.