Historic Ottoman bridge restored

The historical Ottoman bridge was restored: Sarpdere Bridge, one of the most important bridges between Ordu and Sivas, which was built in the 1870s during the Ottoman Empire in the Ulubey district of Ordu, was restored.
The historical Ottoman bridge, whose restoration works were initiated by the District Governor of the Period, whose survey was prepared by the 7th Regional Directorate of Highways Samsun, was approved by the Samsun Regional Board of Protection of Cultural and Natural Heritage, and was restored after a two-year study. The historical bridge, which is not used because it is below the existing road route, was opened to pedestrian traffic.
Enver Yilmaz, Mayor of Ordu Metropolitan Municipality Enver Yilmaz, who made a survey together with Ulubey Mayor Isa Turkcan, thanked the people who contributed to the bridge. Yılmaz said, “We continue our efforts to bring Ecdat heirlooms to our present and future. I am indebted to everyone who contributed to the restoration of this historical monument. Eser
On the other hand, it is reported that the other historical Akoluk Bridge continues in the restoration process.


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