The Khaju Bridge, Isfahan, Iran

Providing welcome shade within their  arches from  searing heat during summer, the Khaju ( or Chadschu)  bridge along with its sister,  the Si-o-se Pol bridge in Isfahan both span the Zāyanderud, the largest river of the Iranian Plateau, in Isfahan, Iran.

For more than 300 years, this beautiful   bridge has been one of the symbols of Isfahan, an outstanding architectural landmark and one of the oldest and most beautiful bridges in the east. This marvel of aesthetic engineering was built on the order of Shah Abbas II of the Safavid dynasty in 1650.

The etymological root of Persian name for the river Zāyanderud is the Sanskrit word Jeevandehi – the giver of life.


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