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Aterenski Bridge, Ivaylovgrad

Ivaylovgrad in Haskovo, Bulgaria
In its current form it dates back to the 16th century but some scholars suggest that it was part of an ancient Roman road leading to the Aegean and later the bridge was also connected to the fortified town - Lyutitsa fortress.


Close to the bridge (1 km of dirt road along the Armira River) one can find one of the most attractive picnic spots in the municipality known as Golemiyat gyol (or the Big Puddle). Suitable tourist infrastructure has been created close to the river (2 tables, benches and a fountain with cold water), with the possibility for holding larger events on the neighbouring field.



Events from the two border regions

25.11.2020 Read
Training on eTOURIST project in Greece
Training on eTOURIST project in Greece

A 3-day training "Traditional culinary and wines" within the project „Promotion and development of natural and ...

06.07.2020 Read

EUROPEAN COMMISSION - PRESS RELEASE  Coronavirus: Commission encourages and facilitates cross-border treatment of patients ...

10.04.2020 Read
Promoting and developing the natural and cultural heritage of the Bulgarian-Greek cross-border region through smart and electronic instruments - eTOURIST

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