Stone Bridge

Historical landmark located in the city of Prizren, Kosovo.
The bridge was built during the 16th century under Ottoman rule and is a symbol of the city’s cultural and architectural heritage.
The bridge spans across the Prizren Bistrica river and is made entirely out of stone, with 11 arches and a length of 108 meters. It has served as a significant crossing point for traders, travelers, and locals for centuries, connecting the two sides of the city.
Today, the bridge is a popular tourist attraction and a great spot to take in views of the city and river.