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We took the local bus from Pristina to Mitrovica. It took one hour and cost us 1,50 euros each. The bridge was a central stage in the Kosovo wars, and is now rebuilt by the EU. Here you can really feel the still ongoing Kosovo...More
The medieval stone bridge at the former caravan route from Dubrovnik to Istanbul. River above which was built in the meantime has changed its riverbed, so that the bridge is a meadow now . Very good preserved. Too bad it is unattractive environment
This bridge is more division than connecting. My Albanian friends would (dared?) not cross it and you can only go as a pedestrian. The atmosphere is not as tese as It was a few year ago. The few Serbs I had contact with in the...More
The stone bridge is very beautiful and old. The river Sitnica has changed its course during the time and the bridge has been left without a river. The pictures posted by other reviewers don't show the bridge of Vushtrri but the Ibar Bridge in the...More
I visited the city after some recommendations from someone I met. There is not much to see but plenty to talk about with the locals. So I recommend it to the ones curious about peoples perspectives and opinions rather than to the ones into monuments...More
The bridge separates Kosovars and Serbs within Kosovo. It is in fact a checkpoint with debris barricade and military presence. At the time of my visit it could be crossed without any danger, which was not the case some years ago.