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Bridge of Maeri

The Bridge of Maeri also known as the bridge of Paliomagero or Dasyllio is built over the Paliomero River, a tributary of Pramoritsa, between the settlements of Dasyllion and Kalloni. The bridge was designed by locals from Dilofo Georgios Tzoufas Anagnostidis and built with a fundraiser, the personal work of the locals and the assistance of Dasyllian people in America in 1910 by the locals of Pentalofo Evangelos, Nikolaos Babalis and Pavlos Mourtzios. It is a single-arched bridge measuring 23m in length, 3m in width and 7m in height and an arch opening of 12.50m with iron jeans on the bow stones. A newer operation is a coating with cement mortar on the monument and the parapet.

Accessibility: Limited access, there’s no wheelchair ramp.