شیرگاه - نمایش محتوای تولیدات ویژه
مکان های دیدنی شیرگاه و اطراف آن:
پل شاه عباسی در وسط شهر، پل شاهپور در 9 کیلومتری شیرگاه، پل ساسانی در ناهار خوران، دو پل راه آهن که بر روی رودخانه تالار قرار دارد، آبشار شیرگاه جنب تونل، آبشار گزو، امامزاده سه برادر گزو، سقا خانه زیولا و فرامرز کلا.
Shirgah is a city in the center of Mazandaran province, North of Iran. There are many rivers across the city, so it is called the city of bridges. Some of the bridges dates back to Sassanid era and most of them belong to the Safavid dynasty. There are 10 old bridges in Shirgah city. When Naser el-Din Shah of Ghajar dynasty was making a visit to Mazandaran, he entered the site of Shirgah. He had a lion and there was a brave cow in the area. The king ordered of a fight between the lion and the cow. The lion was killed at the end of the fighting. So, the site was called Shir’Gav (meaning Cow’Lion) which was changed into Shirgah for easier pronunciation. Some people believe it is called Shirgah because it rains very much there. Shir mean humid or wet in local dialect of Mazandaran. Some of the famous bridges of Shirgah include Shah Abbas Bridge, Sassanid Bridge, and Abshar Bridge. Many people from across the country as well as foreigners come to visit the natural and historical toruism attractions of Shirgah each year.