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The Khaju Bridge is built on longest waterway of the Zayanderud river. Filling in as both an extension and a weir, it connects the Khaju quarter on the north to save money with the Zoroastrian quarter over the Zayanderud. It additionally served an essential capacity as a structure and a spot for open gatherings. It has been portrayed as the city’s best extension.
The Khaju Bridge was constructed around 1650, under the rule of Abbas II, the seventh Safavid lord (shah) of Iran, on the establishment of a more seasoned scaffold. The current engravings recommend that the extension was fixed in 1873. There is a structure situated in the focal point of the structure, inside which Abbas II would have once sat, appreciating the view. Today, leftovers of a stone seat are all together that is left of the lord’s seat.
The scaffold has 23 curves and is 133 meters in length and 12 meters wide. It was initially designed with tilework and artistic creations and filled in as a teahouse. The passway of the scaffold is made of blocks and stones with 21 bigger and 26 littler delta and outlet channels and is 7.5 meters wide. The bits of stone utilized in the scaffold is more than 2 meters in length, and the separation between each channel and the roof base is 21 meters.
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