The Vijne Bridge Awaits Restore: The historic Vijne Bridge, which has survived for centuries in the Tut district of Adıyaman, resists time.
During the reign of Suleiman the Magnificent, during the Ottoman Empire, the historic Vijne Bridge, which connects Tut and Gölbaşı, an important commercial center, is waiting to be passed on to future generations. According to sources, the bridge, which is thought to belong to the Islamic period, is made of cut stone and arch parts are made of rubble. It has two belts, one main and one evacuation. As the top of the evacuation belt is ruined, the passage is provided with wooden beams.
The bridge on the Göksu River in the Çamlıca neighborhood of the Tut district has survived to this day. In the past, it was stated in the sources that the bridge served the trade caravans.
Stating that the historical bridge should be restored and passed on to future generations, archaeologists stressed the need to claim history.
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