Historical / architectural elements:
Arched stone bridge dating back to the post-Byzantine period, and linked the province of Almopia with the province of Giannitsa.It is a multi-arc bridge with three semicircular arches. Called 'Bridge of Alexander the Great'.
Current situation, number of visitors and accessibility (infrastructure, road network, signage):
The road network is in good condition but still requires a vehicle with four-wheel drive, while the signage is incomplete. It can not be visited, because there is no infrastructure.
Level of protection / maintenance:
High degree of degradation.From the bridge survives only one of the three arcs, while from the support blocks one is replaced with a cement construction.Furthermore, in the area there are waste, which has brought the river.
Relationship with local identity / society:
It has symbolic importance for the local population but it is "forgotten" and is not utilized in any degree.
Connecting to another place or monument:
The monument is directly linked to the settlement of Aloros. It is connected with the ancient settlements in the south, north and east Almopia, such as settlements of Apsalo in areas 'Line', 'Komvos' and 'Verpen', the ancient settlement near the cemetery tombs in Constantia, the ancient settlement on the hill Goritsa in Watermills, the settlement of the Hellenistic and Roman periods southeast of the modern settlement of Chrysi, residential premises or rock-accommodation in the caves of the thermal baths of Loutraki, the ancient settlement of Aloro and Neolithic settlements in Sosandra, Dorothea, Polycarpi, Exaplatanos.It is also associated with funerary monuments such as those discovered in Apsalo, Constantia, Prodromos-Watermills, Chrysi and Milia and the fortresses in Ghrysi (Chrysi Castle), Mytaka Top in Constantia and Theodoraki.