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An Ottoman bridge dating from the late 1700s, like there are many of this type on the Balkans. This one was named after its sponsor Adži-paša and was once part of an effcient network of trading routes developed by the Ottoman Turks.
The bridge is...More
I like to see history and this is a good example of an old bridge from the Ottoman era. Close to the centre of town you can walk to it. Sad to see the amount of litter and graffiti but the youth may not like...More
Spent the afternoon in Podgorica and this was on my list of things to see. The bridge and settings are nice, and the location is very central to lots of other things to see in the city, such as the old town and the fountains...More
We visited this old bridge with our kids. We parked our car not far and we descended the stairs to the bridge. Next to the bridge there was a bar working maybe the night. We do not know if it is permanent. If you are...More
This is a charming, typically Ottoman bridge and one of the few old historic monuments in mostly modern Podgorica. It is where the small stream Ribnica flows into theMoraca, the big river in town. It is part of a waterside park which includes nice trees,...More