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12th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest Travel
24 arches under the Khaju Bridge in the province of Isfahan, Iran. Built around 1650 C.E. and served as both a bridge and a weir across the Zayandeh River. This bridge is one of the finest examples of

24 arches under the Khaju Bridge in the province of Isfahan, Iran. Built around 1650 C.E. and served as both a bridge and a weir across the Zayandeh River. This bridge is one of the finest examples of Persian architecture.

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Date Taken: 08.2012
Date Uploaded: 05.2014
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Camera: K510i
Copyright: © Sonia Ghandi