When she came to Bayramören where she performed paragliding, she also wanted to examine the famous bridge. She was 3 kilometers away from the district, persisting to cold looking concrete bridges, she came across wooden bridges built on three large cutting stones using lumbers of calabrian pine, the roof of which was covered with clay roofing tile. The piers of this cute bridge that connects two valleys for people and animals to pass was prepared in the shape of a triangle in the direction of arrival of the water and in the shape of rectangular in the direction of going off the water. She felt as if she was on the terrace of a mansion while she was crossing the 250-year-old bridge that gained an aesthetic appearance by gradually stacking large timbers attached with wooden nails. She listened to Bayramören with the splash of the water.