The Architecture of Historic Isfahan (Esfahan)
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Joobi Bridge
​Joobi Bridge, also called as the Choobi Bridge was built in the mid 1660’s by the Safavid Shah Abbas II.  

The bridge spans about 150 meters and is about four meters wide. It has 21 arches. Shah Abbas II commissioned the bridge for irrigating his gardens on the two sides of the bridge, thus the name Joobi (creek). The two parlors of the bridge were originally used by Shah Abbas for enjoying the view, but are now a gathering place for the youth to congregate and have fun.

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