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Mostar and the Old Bridge, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Photo: Kevin Botto / The Stari Most Bridge (''Old Bridge''), Bosnia, was originally built in 1566 during the height of the Ottoman Empire. It evolved into the heart of the city of Mostar, joining Bosnia & Herzegovina. The original arch of the bridge was built using a local stone called tenelija. The Old Bridge stood for 427 years, but in the Croat-Bosniak War (1993) it was hit & fell into the river. It was rebuilt in 2004 with some of the original stones recovered from the river by divers

Mostar Bridge - Bosnia & Herzegovina  | by © Piotr Kowalski | via  allthingseurope

Mostar Bridge - Bosnia and Herzegovina (by Piotr Kowalski)

Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina.... from previous pnner - for Teco who always talked about the bridge in Mostar, his hometown

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Mostar Bridge, Hercegovina (i went here and watched people jump off the bridge from the cafe on the left of the bridge. also on the left, you can come down and swim in the water (very deep) Mostar is called it's name because in croatian "Most" means bridge. And mostar means the city of the bridge

Bosnia. A famous bridge. It was destroyed by war and rebuilt just as it was originally.

Mostar, Bosnia Not so long ago, this idyllic scene suffered mightily during the conflict that racked the former Yugoslavia.

Mostar is situated on the Neretva River ~ in southern Bosnia & Herzegovina