Sa’adat Abad (Pol-e-Jooye) Bridge, Esfahan

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Sa’adat Abad (Pol-e-Jooye) Bridge, Esfahan
The said bridge is narrow in width and 147 m. in length. It was constructed on the Zayandeh Rood River, between the two bridges of Allah Verdy Khan and Khajoo. The same is a remnant of Shah Abbas II. This bridge connects the royal gardens on the northern and southern banks of the Zayandeh Rood river, with that of the gardens of Sa’adat Abad and other reputed constructions. Besides being a promenade for the royalty, commanders, the elite and special envoys.The said bridge is narrow in width and 147 m. in length. It was constructed on the Zayandeh Rood River, between the two bridges of Allah Verdy Khan and Khajoo. The same is a remnant of Shah Abbas II. This bridge connects the royal gardens on the northern and southern banks of the Zayandeh Rood river, with that of the gardens of Sa’adat Abad and other reputed constructions. Besides being a promenade for the royalty, commanders, the elite and special envoys.

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