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Byzantine Bridge Kioupri is located in downtown and pretty close to the town hall. Nearby there is a nice park. I didn’t find information about the bridge but, nevertheless, it looks well maintained although is quite old … as I understood. It is a typical...More
We were delighted to find this lovely old bridge off a busy intersection in the town of Edessa . It is possible to walk across it and to get good pictures from the new bridge nearby. A must see in Edessa
It's a nice cute bridge, looks like very newly made and it makes quite incredibile that it is that old. It's very close to the town center and you can get there on foot or driving. There is a nice park near by, with a...More
If you have never seen an old stone bridge before, this might be worth a visit. When we were in Edessa it was extremely hot and humid, so we didn't feel it was really worth the trudge. Set in an incongruously modern park too.
It's lovely to be able to stand on the bridge that millions have walked over since before the Romans. It is on the Egnata Road. You can walk over it, it has running water with lots of wide life in it going underneath, we saw...More
The old bridge in Edessa was the ancient passage of Via Egnatia in the heart of Edessa city over the river Edesseos-Vodas. The area called Park "Kioupri" which means bridge. A well-preserved example of post-roman or Byzantine era (reconstructed during ottoman period) has one-lane structure...More