[Scenery] The Tara River Canyon provides an excellent respite from the hot afternoon. When traveling to Sedona, don’t miss the cool, shady creek. The cool, serene atmosphere and bold and beautiful red rocks form a big change. Don't miss it during your journey to Sedona. I do recommend coming here during the week to avoid crowded weekends.
Continuing south along the Tara River, there is a gorge more than 70 kilometers long, listed as a United Nations World Heritage Site. The gorge is deep and narrow, and the road turns back to the peak. It’s really picturesque here, so beautiful
This is the famous Dildijevica Bridge, the filming location of the former Yugoslav movie "Bridge", where the heroes of Yugoslavia fought.
The Tara River Bridge travels all the way through the memory of the old films of the former Yugoslavia; I am dedicated to chasing the heroic tiger and the indifferent appearance of Dixie's flying knife skills; I have been lingering around my friends bye bye bye bye bye... never personally experience this bridge , How do you know that this bridge towers over a river valley with incomparably colorful and brilliant colors, and the breathtaking autumn colors~
A movie, a city, a lifetime memory. The Tara Bridge in the former southern movie "Bridge" is not the Cassandra Bridge. It was built in the 1930s and was actually blown up by the guerrillas. It was repaired and is still in use today. Take a walk on the bridge and feel the emotions brought by the movie. Eat a lamb chop meal at the Tara Bridge restaurant at the bridgehead, and have a zip line after eating, perfect "Ah goodbye friend, goodbye friend..."