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CuriousJM ... excellent comparison work. I did make an error posting the links because I was comparing Golik Bridge #2, and I posted photos of Golik Bridge which I guess is #1. Golic Bridge #2 did have the road thickness, but I couldn't find a view with the big rock in the river. Thanks for you expert insight. A little path raised edging may have been added later. Probably not this bridge either, but seemed close.
@dagger66 - It is close resemblance but there are some major differences also. Mainly road thickness above the arches on the left and also the spandral arch on the right is not visible in any image on the internet. I have made a comparitive image and same can be seen at following link;
Gentlemen ... I'm thinking it possibly could be the Old Ottoman stone arch bridge Ura e Golikut over river Shkumbin, Korca region, Albania. The flat field on one side with the power / telephone pole in the same location seems to be similar. The arches are pretty identical and the pathway much the same.
What do you gentlemen think? I haven't pinned this since I wanted your thoughts / opinion. Thanks.
@rickyd184: your Dyavolski Most option seems the right one; you should put a pin in the correct place in Bulgaria. Someone put it in french Pyrenees; a joke?
The small arche in the left spandrel of Dyavolski Most is not matching with the bridge shown here. Moreover the thickness between the arches and the road is also more in Dyavolski Most.
The photo shown here was taken circa 1908 and it is possible it may not even be existing today.