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Looking at this bridge in the centre of town, one has to admire the workmanship of the Ottoman Empire as the bridge remains perfect with beautiful lines, easy on the eye. We strolled across the bridge twice on our one night stay at the Visegrad...More
it was nice walk on one rainy monday morning at the bridge.one song says the bridge was over troubling water //and I say//love u andric ..love u past memories..as a tears go buy..on the left side was your house..on the right side you town by...More
We arrived in visegrad main centre car park and just wanted a look around .there were a few people offering river trips .so we took a boat trip on the river it was great to get so close to the bridge and go under it...More
In his fabulous book published in 1943, The Bridge on the Drina, Nobel laureate Ivo Andric portrays Visegrad through the lens of its old Ottoman bridge, from the 16th Century to the heights of the First World War. Throughout this period, Visegrad was a rich...More
The bridge of the Drina, monument world heritage of Unesco, inspired the nobelist writer Ivo Adirc for his book of the same title.
“In my eyes, bridges are more important than houses,more sacred than shrines» he said.
It is situated in the city of Visegrad...More