Turkey: Severan Bridge
Severan Bridge is an ancient bridge built between 198-200 AD by Romans. It’s sitting in a spectacular spot over the Cendere River as it emerges from the Kahta Valley. According to the inscription, the bridge is dedicated to Septimius Severus, his wife Julia Domna, and their sons Caracalla and Geta and four Commagene towns financed the building. You can walk on a 1800+ year old bridge or take picture from underneath with stunning mountain panorama around.