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Esfahan . Khajou Bridge.
This bridge was built between 1642 and 1667 under Shah Abbas II. It takes its name from the district of Khajou on the northern bank of the Zayandeh, which it connects with the South. It derives its inspiration from Si-o-Seh Pol, being built in two layers, however it expands and enhances many of the features of the older bridge. The bridge is some 110 metres long and a little over 20m wide for most of its course
http://www.isfahan.org.uk/oldsite/khajou/khajou.html

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  • Copyright: Samad Jalalian (ahang_e_zendegi) (67)
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  • Date Taken: 2010-05-09
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