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Isfahan Zayande Rood River Park

Published over 3 years ago by Fariborz Alagheband

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Zāyandé-Rūd or Zāyanderūd (Persian: زاینده رود, from زاینده [zɑːjændɛ] “life giver” and رود [rʊːd] “river”), also spelled as Zayandeh-Rood or Zayanderood<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/isfahan-park">...(more)</a>

Pol Jouie - Jouie Bridge

Published over 4 years ago by Ramin Dehdashti

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The Jouie Bridge, also called Chubi Bridge, one of Isfahan's oldest bridges, nearly 150m long, with 21 arches, was built by Shah Abbas II in 1665.

Pole Marnan (The Marnan Bridge) in the summer of 2009

Published about 5 years ago by Ramin Dehdashti

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Pole Marnan (The Marnan Bridge) one of Isfahan's oldest bridges and the dry Zayandeh Rud (Zayandeh River), June 2009.Since the end of 2009 the river is full of water again.

Pole Khajou at sunset

Published about 5 years ago by Ramin Dehdashti

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Pole Khajou (The Khajoo Bridge) at sunset

The dry Zayandeh Rud in the summer of 2009

Published about 5 years ago by Ramin Dehdashti

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Due to a winter with almost no rain, the Zayandeh Rud (Zayandeh River) is completely dried out.Here you can see the Khajou (Khajoo) Bridge and the Jouie Bridge.Since the end of 2009 the river is full of water again.

The Pole Khajou in the summer of 2009

Published about 5 years ago by Ramin Dehdashti

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The Pole Khajou (the Khajoo Bridge) in May 2009.Due to a winter with almost no rain, the Zayandeh Rud (Zayandeh River) is completely dried out.Since the end of 2009 the river is full of water again.

The Pole Khajou in the summer of 2009

Published about 5 years ago by Ramin Dehdashti

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The Pole Khajou (the Khajoo Bridge) in May 2009.Due to a winter with almost no rain, the Zayandeh Rud (Zayandeh River) is completely dried out.Since the end of 2009 the river is full of water again.

The Zayandeh Rud and the Si-o-seh Pol in May 2009

Published over 5 years ago by Ramin Dehdashti

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May 2009, usually the Zayandeh Rud (River) is always full of water, especially at springtime. In the past s<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/iran-isfahan-sioseh-si-o-seh-pol-dry-zayandeh-river-sunset">...(more)</a>

The Zayandeh Rud Dam

Published over 5 years ago by Ramin Dehdashti

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Chadegan Reservoir on the Zayandeh River river is the largest in the Province of Isfahan. It was formed in 1972 by t<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/iran-isfahan-chadegan-zayandeh-rud-shah-abbas-dam">...(more)</a>

Khajou Bridge

Published over 5 years ago by Ramin Dehdashti

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The west side of the Khajou (Khajoo) Bridge, Isfahan, Iran

The Si-o-seh Bridge

Published over 5 years ago by Ramin Dehdashti

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The Si-o-seh Bridge and the dried Zayandeh river. In the summer of 2008 the river dried out for the second time in history.

Si-o-seh Pol (The 33 Arches Bridge)

Published almost 6 years ago by Ramin Dehdashti

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The east side of the Si-o-seh Pol, Isfahan, Iran

The Zayandeh River Promenade

Published almost 6 years ago by Ramin Dehdashti

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The Zayandeh River Promenade at the west southern side of the Si-o-seh Pol (The 33 Arches Bridge)

Jouie Bridge

Published almost 6 years ago by Ramin Dehdashti

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The Jouie Bridge, also called Chubi Bridge, one of Isfahan's oldest bridges, nearly 150m long, with 21 arches, was built by Shah Abbas II in 1665, Isfahan, Iran

Khajou Bridge

Published almost 6 years ago by Ramin Dehdashti

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The arches at the east side of the upper level of the Khajou (Khajoo) Bridge, Isfahan, Iran

Khajou Bridge

Published almost 6 years ago by Ramin Dehdashti

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The upper level of the Khajou (Khajoo) Bridge, Isfahan, Iran

Khajou Bridge

Published almost 6 years ago by Ramin Dehdashti

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Arches below the Khajou (Khajoo) Bridge, Isfahan, Iran

Zayandeh River Promenade

Published almost 6 years ago by Ramin Dehdashti

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The promenade at the Zayandeh River close to the Khajou (Khajoo) Bridge, Isfahan, Iran

Jouie Bridge

Published almost 6 years ago by Ramin Dehdashti

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The Jouie Bridge, also called Chubi Bridge, one of Isfahan's oldest bridges, nearly 150m long, with 21 arches, was built by Shah Abbas II in 1665.