The Choobi Bridge by Azam Vaez
Pol-e Joui, also known as the Choobi Bridge, is a bridge in Isfahan, Iran. It was built in 1665, during the Safavid era. The Joui Bridge is located between Khaju and Ferdowsi bridges. It is 147 meters long and 4 meters wide, with 21 arches. It was built during the reign of Shah Abbas II to irrigate and connect the king’s gardens on both sides of the river. The bridge and the two parlours within were for the exclusive use of the shah and his courtiers. Now-a-days the parlours are being used as tea houses.
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March 7, 2020
Azam Vaez was born in 1971 in Isfahan, Iran. She is now an art teacher, teaching students various fields of art. She loves nature, lifestyle, street, travel, and architectural photography. She believes photography can give us positive energy. Azam loves traveling around the world. Her solo exhibition exhibited in her hometown focused a photo of Mecca. She has also been participated in the provincial championships for photography several times.