The Khaju Bridge (Pol-e-Khajoo) in Isfahan, Iran, was built in the century by Shah Abbas II. The bridge also serves as a dam, with sluice gates under the archways.
Chehel Sotton Palace, Isfahan, Iran T.
The stunning Khaju bridge of Esfahan, Iran, built in the century as a dam across the Zayandeh river. With two gleaming storeys of elegantly tiled arcades and two large pavilions built for Shah Abbas II, it's an enchanting sight.