An arched stone bridge constructed over the Ajaristskali River near the village of Dandalo is one of the unique works of medieval Georgian engineering. The bridge span length is about 20m, width – 3,3m. Bearing piers standing on rock massifs, the building masonry as well as refined shape and proportions of the arch reveal advanced building traditions.
Makhuntseti, Tskhemlara and Purtio bridges are of the same type. It is noteworthy that the bridges were constructed in advanced Middle Ages and are still in use.