The Irgandi Bridge (Turkish: Irgandı Köprüsü) is a historical bridge in Bursa, Turkey. It is one of the 4 “market bridges” in the world with the Osma Bridge in the city of Lofça in Bulgaria, Ponte Vecchio Bridge in Florence of Italy and Rialto Bridge in Venice. It is also much older than the others. The bridge has been ordered to be built in the 15th century by Hodja Müslihiddin, the son of an esquire known by the name of Pir Ali from Irgandi. The architect was Timurtaş, son of Abdullah.