|Bridge:||Garni 11th Century Bridge|
|Location:||Europe > Armenia > Garni|
What should we know?
|Name in local script:||გარნის მე -11 საუკუნის ხიდი|
|Also known as:||garnis me -11 sauk’unis khidi|
|Environment type:||gorge, river|
|Location type:||rural, village|
How much will it cost us?
|Currency:||Armenian Dram (AMD)|
When should we go there, and for how long?
|Average time taken:||5 minutes|
|every day||24 hours|
How can we get in contact?
|Country calling code:||+374|
|Tucked down in Garni Gorge, this 11th century bridge is one of the locally famous monuments. It may not compete with Garni Temple, but as it is easily accessible and right by Garni Stone Symphony it is likely worth popping to. It is a very simple (and fairly recently renovated) stone structure across a small river.|
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|As well as accessing this bridge via Garni Gorge Hike, it is also possible to come here much faster by continuing through the town and down the cobbled stone street that leads to the Gorge. You may need to ask at one intersection for the correct turning.|
|If you want to access the Havuts Tar Monastery, this is usually possible by crossing this bridge and following the trail up and over the opposite hill face.|
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