The Architecture of Historic Isfahan (Esfahan)
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Khajoo Bridge
Khajoo Bridge was commissioned by the Safavid king Shah Abbas II around 1650 C.E.   The bridge is made of stone and brick (with tile work), has 24 arches, a span of 133 meters with a width of 12 meters. The bridge was originally designed for traffic, but is now pedestrian only.  

Twenty one large arches and 26 smaller arches make up the water inlets. A unique feature of this bridge is that it has a pedestrians (lower) level with steps on the downstream side where people can congregate and enjoy the view.

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