The Pasha old stone bridge, Grevena, Greece. Built 1690 A.D.
Once a great bridge, that is no longer standing. One of the largest stone bridges that ever existed in Greece, it was one of the many old bridges on Aliakmon, the largest river of Greece. All other bridges of this river were "taken" by its wild waters at various history points. This one lasted until the World War 2 (April 1941), when English and New Zealand's allied armies had to destroy the bridge's pedestals to stop the Germans from passing it. This bridge should be considered as a hero of war. Since then, the following generations failed to restore it. My hope is that future generations will recognize its value and restore it to its glory.
Professional programmer and photographer by hobby. Living in Grevena, Greece's Highlands!