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It does not always have water
The magnificence and beauty of the Khajou Bridge is also due to its water and its lighting and the sound of its surging water. But only in a few days this day (Zayande Rood) water is flowing
In the cool (relative!) of a summer's evening, people flock to the bridges -- of which this is one of the most impressive -- to wander up and down and just to sit and chat in the arches. The long, long drought has completely dried...More
The Khajou Bridge is where Iranians go to meet, to chat and to laugh in the cool of the evening. One of several bridges crossing from a riverside park over the now dry river (the flow redirected for other purposes, including irrigation), its arcades are...More
The interesting things about here is When you speaking near the first northern column of the bridge from left, your voice can be heard from the first southern column of Khaju Bridge from right and If one looks at the Khaju Bridge from east and...More
I visited this place in winter it was so cold out there. I do remember that we couldn’t find a place to go at 3:00 AM so we went to the bridge area and it was opened and the police was there to protect and...More