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According to the signpost at the sight, the Tanners' Bridge boasts elegant proportions and is a particularly attractive example of a bridge. While it is good they have preserved this part of the city's heritage, this little stone bridge with its cobblestone surface does not...More
Another quaint artifact, close to the other attractions. It is the only bridge remaining from the Ottoman occupation. It does not span the river anymore, but remains a tourist attraction and a shortcut for walkers .
The Tanners' Bridge (Albanian: Ura e Tabakëve) is an 18th-century Ottoman period stone footbridge located in Tirana, Albania. The bridge, built near the Tanners' Mosque, was once part of the Saint George Road that linked Tirana with the eastern highlands. The road was the rout...More
A small but charming small old bridge which you can pass if you want. It is at the end of Rruga Murat Toptani, the new pedestrian street. It was the only anicent thing which I have seen during my 5 days stay in Tirana and...More
Not much to tell except for that the original bridge dates from the 18th century.
It was mainly used to bring livestock to the city centre.
It was restored in the 1990´s for pedestrians.
The bridge itself is really cute, but equally small.