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Obviously there is a lot of history behind this bridge. Sadly it now stands neglected.
Groups of man gathered on it which put us off photographing but in all honesty I wouldn't say it's worth the trip to see anyway.
“A really old bridge” I was told.
Okay, so let’s have a look. Literally a stone bridge. It’s nice, I wouldn’t go out of my way to see it. In the dark, a little uneven footing, could actually be dangerous with today’s health and safety
Once important for farming caravans to bring livestock and produce to town. The river got diverted and the miniature bridge got forgotten until fully restored in the 1990's. One of the most important cultural heritage monuments of Tirana.
Tanners' Bridge stands out like a sore thumb wedged between an apartment building and Bulevardi "Jean D'Arc". It's a short walk from Skanderbeg Square and definitely is worth a visit if you're a history buff. You can walk over the bridge or even take a...More
... there really isn't much to this. It's a single span over what was once a small stream. It is one of the (precious) few remnants of the town's Ottoman past, but it's barely worth putting on the tourist map.