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Old Ribnica River Bridge

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3 Reviews
Recommended sightseeing time: 0.5-1 hour
Address: Podgorica, Montenegro
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The bridge of the old city, this area is the garden in the heart of the old city of the park. The greenery is very good. It is a place for citizens to read books and chat and have meals. When walking inside, there is also an open-air stage in the ruins. .

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  • WITYTRAVELS
    WITYTRAVELS
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    Great place to hang out

    Just south of downtown to reach the Old Ribnica Bridge. This bridge was built when Montenegro was under the Roman Empire and is the oldest bridge in Podgorica. Today you can see that it had major ...

    Reviewed on /Date(1614829128000+0800)/
  • Hussam S
    Hussam S
    القاهرة, مصر
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    Old & Short above shallow narrow Canal + Difficult to arrive

    - about 3 km W. N. from Bus St. but difficult to see & arrive. - In Capital having: PDG AirPort + No important Attractions + semi Boring + has Good Bakeries. - Only City in ME has Nose PCR Test in "mo...

    Reviewed on /Date(1602637175000+0800)/
  • lidiakjl
    lidiakjl
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    Worth seeing

    It's an interesting place to see, especially if you're interested in history. The bridge itself as well as the surrounding ruins are very nice and well kept, but it would be good to put a sign with so...

    Reviewed on /Date(1571284009000+0800)/
  • phutty
    phutty
    Tallinn, Estonia
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    The most striking historical feature of Podgorica

    Clearly not best seen in the height of summer, however, when the river is bone dry and the blistering sun makes the entire place as hot as an oven. Even so, bad pics are hard to take of the site.

    Reviewed on /Date(1568528583000+0800)/
  • Robert O
    Robert O
    Rotterdam, The Netherlands
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    Ottoman bridge still not very much cherished

    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...

    Reviewed on /Date(1565572667000+0800)/

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