Project "The Old bridge - a bridge between generations"
Project: "The Old bridge - a bridge between generations", Contract № 24-10M1-34 / 04.22.2015, funded by the European Economic Area Financial Mechanism 2019-2014, program BG08 "Cultural heritage and contemporary arts", Measure 1 "Restoration, renovation and preservation of cultural heritage"
The Mustafa Pasha Bridge (also called the Old Bridge) is a road bridge crossing the Maritsa River in Svilengrad, Bulgaria. It has a masonry stone structure composed of 21 arches with a largest opening of 18 m. The bridge has a width of 6 m and a total length of 295 m. It is a monument of culture.
When a caliph was the greatest of the sultans - Suleiman Khan, a son of Selim Khan, their Vizier Mustafa Pasha built this bridge to be a continuation of the safety and security - God to favor him for what he created.
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