The “Old Bridge” in Mostar, Bosnia-Herzegovina, spans the Neretva River connecting the two sides of the Old Town. Built in the 16th century, the bridge reaches a maximum height of 21m. Despite having been recognised by UNESCO as a World Heritage site, during the Bosnian war in 1993 , it was completely destroyed by the Croation soldiers. Immediately after the war, work began to rebuild the bridge, and in July 2004 this bridge, an exact replica of the original, was opened to the public.
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