In the locality of Ghenevra, 12 km. from the village of Borino, is the Roman bridge Kemera. It is a monarch, built of stones and a solder of white mortar.
In the Dgenevra place, 12 km from the village of Borino, there is a Roman bridge called Kemera. It is one-arched and built from shattered stones and white mortar.
Parts from the front and the corners of the well-bent arch are shaped with well-framed stones. It is paved by small river stones. The length of the bridge is 32,40m and the width is 3,60m. It is 6 meters high.
By visiting it, the tourists touch history, because the bridge is part of the road-bed of the Roman route connecting Philipopolis through the Rhodopes with Nicopolis and Nestum /Nevrocop/.
The route is very extreme! It is hard to decide what is more impressive – the Roman bridge or the route to it!