Arkadiko Bridge in Arkadiko, Greece

This relic of Ancient Greece straddles a small gully near a modern road. Still stable, the sturdy structure has been in use for thousands of years.

The Arkadiko Bridge was built between 1300 and 1190 BCE, making it one of the oldest still-used arch bridges still in existence. It was built on a road that linked Tiryns to Epidaurus, and was part of a larger military road system. 

The bridge was built using Cyclopean masonry, with limestone boulders, smaller stones, and little pieces of tile...

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