Took a bit of finding but is an amazing Ottoman stone bridge set in the midst of a bustling city. We walked along the river bank and were looking in the wrong direction.
The bridge it self is a bit off from the river, so if you are looking for the bridge along the river, you will miss it. It locate on the northern side of the river and there is nothing under it. I found it quite hard walking because of those polished stones. I think people might have fun just crossing... More
very interesting bridge made by stone located in not a very attractive position, it is situated in the end of Murat Toptani street, it may be some times bad smell near especially during summer
The Tanners Bridge was probably beautiful in its day. Actually, it was definitely beautiful. And it still is. But it is about 20m long and is almost hidden behind a horrible 20th century road bridge and below it is a smelly swap. I am giving it one star because when you walk half an hour to see it, it is... More
On my last day, I dipped into the travel book and was prompted to search this bridge out. It wasn’t difficult to find, and it was fascinating. In a city that has so little original architecture and building, it was a treat to find something truly ancient. And being juxtaposed to the brand new, and the Hoxha buildings – it... More
too small to be mentioned. the bridge it is almost covered by buildings and existing road. what to visit or sight see to this bridge? you see, what you see in this picture.
wish we hadnt of bothered. no plaque telling you about it. right next to a busy main road. small, and surrounded by rip off bars. adam budd
A tiny bit disappointing, but nevertheless interesting and the smart street nearby is very attractive.
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