A number of bridges span the river that runs through the middle of the village. The biggest and most impressive bridge is, I am told, a very old bridge originally built by the Romans when they occupied this region.
In this photo, you can see on the other side of the river the slope down to the water's edge where cows and sheep are regularly taken to drink.
The Muslim and Christian culture and traditions go hand in hand in the village. So, it is not surprising that you can see a Christian church and a Muslim mosque build side by side.