Also known as the Biglar Beigi Bridge, Iran's Khajoo bridge stretches across the Zayandeh Rood River in Isfahan, connecting the old and new textures of the city. Commissioned by Shah Abbas II of Persia, Khaju bridge is almost 133 meters long and 12 meters wide and considered as one of the world’s remarkable examples of Safavid Architecture.

Iran (IMNA) - Owing to the scenic beauty Isafahan possesses, the bridge add an extra mile to the charm of the place ans is considered as an spectacular feat of ancient engineering.

Two royal alcoves lies at the middle of the Bridge overlooking the river and the surrounding greenery. The royal chambers served as the residence of Safavid rulers.

Thanks to the feat of engineering and several repair efforts, the ancient Bridge has managed to withstand the test of time.

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