The Jubi bridge is so called because it was built as an aqueduct or water channel (='Jub' in Persian) to carry water to the gardens on the northern side of the Zayandeh. It's modest purpose does not seem to have deterred the architect from creating a jewel which holds its own alongside the two famous bridges on either side of it.

Today it serves as a pedestrian bridge and there is an excellent tea-house in the right hand, larger section.


Last Updated: 24 April, 1999