Stone Bridge of Adana; the oldest bridge of the world

If you want to see the oldest bridge of the world, you should visit Adana province of Turkey. Stone bridge of Adana ties up two banks of Seyhan river. It is dated back to Roman Empire era. According to the inscription that is lost at present, it was built by Emperor Hadrianus (76-138 AD). The inscription that is exhibited in Adana archeological museum states that it was built by architect Auxentius in 3rd century AD. It has been restored for several times in history. It has never lost its value from the constructed year to the present. We can come across this bridge in some historical resources. The name of the city was Adania in ancient era. It is the monument that will never lose its blaze in time.

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