Venetian Bridge

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Venetian Bridge - Greece
Venetian Bridge - Greece
Venetian Bridge
­čôŹ Greece
The Venetian Bridge in Foinikas, Greece is a beautiful monument to Greek culture. Built by the Venetians in the 17th century, it spans the Apidanos River and is made of grand stone arches with a paving patterned with red and white stones. It was originally part of a network of roads for horses connecting towns in the region and was used by both Turks and Venetians. The bridge was renovated in 1962, making it one of the most beautiful examples of architecture in the area. It offers visitors wonderful views of Foinikas, the Apidanos River, and the surrounding area. Visitors should note the bridge is closed to motor traffic and is a great spot for an afternoon stroll or to sit and admire the scenery. Taking photos from the bridge is also rewarding, with the rays of sunlight creating an atmosphere of romance in the evening hours.

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