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Makhuntseti Bridge - a stone-arched,vaulted bridge on the river Adjaristskali, on the territory of the village Makhuntseti, in the highlands of Adjara.
Makhuntseti Bridge is located 54 meters away from the central road of Batumi-Khulo. The bridge is large and relies on natural rock piers. For its construction, stone of volcanic origin on a mortar was used. The bridge was completely reconstructed in 2008.
According to the 2006 decree of the President of Georgia, the bridge was assigned as the category of a fixed monument of culture of national importance.
A cut stone is used to build the bridge. The length of the bridge is 24 m. The length of the left access is 1.75 m, and the length of the right is 2 m. The widths of the entrances are 3.24 m and 3.70 m, respectively. The width of the bridge is variable. It ranges from 2 m to 2.5 m. The bridge is narrow in the middle of the waist- 2 m. Mali 20-25 m. The height of the arch is 6 meters above the water level. The width of the arch is 0.70 m in the main beam and 1.60 m in the heel. Natural stone with different heights is used as the piers. The rock In some parts is built of stones.
The Mukhantseti bridge does not have hollows. Because of the size of mali, it would be necessary to build scaffolding here. This circumstance makes you think that during the construction of the bridge there should have been temporary piles in the river, on which the scaffolding was standing.
Makhuntseti Bridge does not seem to have the sophisticated technique and the purity of the work that can be seen on the Dandalo Bridge. Makhuntseti Bridge had neither an eaves nor a balustrade.
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