One of the most memorable moments of your trip to Iran especially Isfahan would listen to people singing all sorts of traditional Persian songs unaccompanied under Khaju Bridge.
The Khaju Bridge (Pol-e Khajoo) is one of the most famous bridges in Iran was built around 1650, under the reign of Abbas II, the seventh Safavid king (shah) of Iran, on the foundations of an older bridge.
This bridge was built on the Zayandeh rud, the largest river of the Iranian Plateau, in Isfahan, Iran. In Isfahan, it is less likely that when you cross the Khaju Bridge, you will not hesitate to stop and listen.
Apart from its architectural and tourist attraction, Khaju Bridge is a concert hall that is sometimes you wouldn’t find an empty place to sit on that is why some people sit on the steps of the bridge and watch the water and listen to people singing under the bridge.
Tourists are also amazed at the sound of old and young whose instrument is only water and sometimes wind, without realizing what the Isfahanis are singing, going to be fascinated by this tradition, the film and then cheer with excitement.
This tradition does not relate to old and young, everyone who has a good voice and maybe sad or broken-hearted comes under Khaju Bridge and impresses others with his singing.