Bridge … Plaka Plaka Greece
Bridge is a stone bridge with a single arch of the 19th century in Greece, which collapsed during the floods February 1, 2015. It is situated on the borders of prefecture Arta and Ioannina (Ioannina), the waters of the river arachthos (Arachthos). The bow width of 40 meters and a height of 17.61 meters, was the largest bridge with an arch in Greece and the Balkans, and the third largest bridge with an arch in Europe. With the two sides had two small auxiliary port width of 6 meters. He considered himself “one of the most difficult arched bridges to build.” Most, who was one of the most impressive examples of Greek architecture popular over the February 1, 2015. Strong and fast floods caused by heavy rains caused the river arachthos off its foundation the bridge from the banks of the river which led to the collapse of the central part of the bridge. From October 2019.