Hoca Seyfettin Bridge is found 13km north of Kula Town. It was built on a neck where the valley of the Gediz (Hermos) river was narrowed by the basaltic lava from Kuladivlit Cone.
The bridge was designed and built by Hoca Seyfettin İbni El-Hac Saruhan between 15th and 16th century. The bridge is 50m long and 4m wide, originally used to have 4 arches while two of them were closed during a repaired.
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