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Khajou Bridge

Khaju-Bridge , Kamal Esmail St , Isfahan, Iran, Esfahan 81464, Iran
+98 912 857 3282
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An ancient bridge bridges the present people

A bridge is normally served for transportation purpose. But the khajou bridge serves the social... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Yung h
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The bridge also called the Bridge of the Shah , Paul Baba Renkaddin (the path to the monastery and... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
luttravel
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Kerman, Iran
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Khaju-Bridge , Kamal Esmail St , Isfahan, Iran, Esfahan 81464, Iran
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"water flow"
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"the lower level"
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"traditional songs"
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"across the river"
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"locals gather"
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"dry river bed"
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"beautiful at night"
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"persian architecture"
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"tea house"
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"wonderful place"
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"arches"
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"evening"
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"dam"
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"men"
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

A bridge is normally served for transportation purpose. But the khajou bridge serves the social connection function. People are singing and clapping under the bridge and you can tell how important the bridge in present time can be much more than a historical monument but...More

Thank Yung h
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Reviewed 5 days ago

The bridge also called the Bridge of the Shah , Paul Baba Renkaddin (the path to the monastery and the tomb of Baba Renkaddin and Flat of Steel ) and Paul Hassanbig (the name of the previous bridge destroyed during the reign of Sha'ab, and...More

Thank luttravel
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Visit after sunset so the amatoure singers start singing under the bridge.many people normally gather together there and start singing .

Thank Mohammad N
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Sitting with the locals listening to the traditional singing under bridge in the evening is a great experience.

Thank TimBudd1954
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I found this bridge to be the nicest in the city.. Its very nice, the only pity was no water in the river, but I am sure that during winter it is even more stunning

Thank JD D
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I look forward to see that bridge,but a long time tehere´s not water in river.People there walking,singing,dancng on evening.Nice place for meeting

1  Thank pkarlicek
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The river was completely dried. Our guide said you could only see water maybe a couple of weeks in a year when water is released from the dam at special occasions. The bridge is beautiful with many arches. Good spot to hang out in the...More

Thank arangemas
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

One of our best experiences in Iran was wandering along the (dried-up) river banKs and crossing the old bridges of Isfahan. Families and groups of friends are out to see and be seen - kites are flown - and most wonderfully in the arches under...More

Thank Devaflam
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The bridge must have been an amazing site in the days of a flowing river, however IRAN has recently been going through a drought and the river is bone dry. I would recommend a visit however it’s grandeur cannot be completely appreciated

Thank yusuf r
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Average for the bridge, though this kind of bridges is not common. It is an interesting place to visit on your way to/from Vank cathedral which is A MUST SEE!

Thank Bob R
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