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Attractive old bridge

If you go along the new road towards Korec you can now see this bridge on the right hand side. It... read more

Reviewed 25 July 2018
nickyportugal
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portugal
bridge over troubled water

It's worth a visit on the way to the Illyrian settlement of Selces. On the way from Pogradec to the... read more

Reviewed 3 December 2017
OvrtnarHigi
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Ljubljana, Slovenia
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24 Jul 2018
“Attractive old bridge”
3 Dec 2017
“bridge over troubled water”
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Reviewed 25 July 2018

If you go along the new road towards Korec you can now see this bridge on the right hand side. It is a footbridge still used to this day. Worth a trip if you have lots of time.

1  Thank nickyportugal
Reviewed 3 December 2017

It's worth a visit on the way to the Illyrian settlement of Selces. On the way from Pogradec to the sea, where they are currently working on a new road connection. We stopped twice to get used to this architectural product in different day periods....More

1  Thank OvrtnarHigi
Reviewed 14 November 2017 via mobile

This bridge was built during the Roman times, and it was used buy caravans coming from Rome towards Costandinopolis. The bridge has about 20 centuries of history. I highly recommend it to people who love ancient history and nature.

Thank 737albanp
Reviewed 13 August 2017 via mobile

St. Paul supposedly traveled over this bridge on his journey to the kingdom of Macedonia, and I can't help to wonder how many feet have touched these stones over time. An architectural and engineering winner that has easily passed the test of thousands of winters.

Thank Scott D
Reviewed 5 August 2016

The bridge was almost certainly built before the time of Christ and later repaired, restored and partially rebuilt during various administrations over the next 1500 years. The Albanian Christian community is confident that the Apostle Paul followed this road and crossed this bridge when he...More

Thank Roy A
Reviewed 6 September 2012

The bridge position immediately after village Golik in direction of Proptisht village on the valley of river Shkumbini. Its attractive place and a visit at this bridge can be arranged with a visit in Royal Tombs of Selca e Poshtme. Bridge is build at XVII,...More

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