A nigh view of the magnificent Khaju Bridge in Isfahan, Iran. This is one of the most famous bridges in Isfahan and has roused the admiration of travelers since the 17th century. It has 23 arch and is 105 metres long and 14 metres wide, and links the Khaju quarter on the north bank with the Zoroastrian quarter across the Zayandeh rud river.
The pass way of the bridge is 7.5 meters wide, made of bricks and stones with 21 larger and 26 smaller inlet and outlet channels. The pieces of stone used in this bridge are over 2 meters long and the distance between every channel and the ceiling base is 20 meters. The existing inscriptions suggest that the bridge was repaired in 1873.