劳群一Mostar was built in 1452 and is full of the style of the Ottoman Empire. It is famous for a stone arch bridge. The old bridge is 427 years old and spans the beautiful Neletva River. It is one of the most famous sights in Bosnia and Herzegovina and even the Balkans, and is listed as a World Cultural Heritage. Regrettably, it was destroyed by the war between nations in 1993. The current stone bridge is rebuilt later. The bridge deck is paved with pebbles, which is a bit slippery, and visitors should pay special attention to safety when they are long. There was a diving performance by local guys on the bridge. The ancient city is full of local handicraft shops and local ethnic food shops, and the aroma of local food comes from time to time. There are still bullet marks on the buildings of the ancient city, recording the cruelty of the war at that time, and also alerting people to the hard-won life of cherishing peace. How important is the exchange, tolerance, and mutual learning among civilizations of all races.
zha***ng2019.Old Bridge is famous all over the world for an old bridge built in the 16th century. Although the bridge was destroyed in the Bosnia and Herzegovina War, it was rebuilt. The bridge is 27 meters high. It is said that in ancient times, men would jump from the top of the bridge to prove their courage and please the most beautiful girl in town. When I went, I happened to be in time for the annual diving competition here. The champion has won twelve consecutive victories. If it is bigger than someone who falls into the water, I can fight him! After driving out of Mostar, I drove along the mountain road into the hinterland of Bosnia and Herzegovina. I was attracted by a plain surrounded by mountains. The beauty was breathtaking.
轻轻的一个蚊The ancient town of Pocitelj was said to have been built no later than 1383, and was later upgraded to fortifications until it was captured by the Ottoman Empire in 1471, with a Mediterranean-Ottoman fusion style. At present, it is the best-preserved Ottoman town in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and it is on the waiting list of World Heritage.
The photo, the original film is straight out, the sky is blue to be intoxicated, I love it~#
Vee BeeA must see to have an overview of the old town from the top; l will definitely recommend to go late afternoon to avoid the heat; the entrance tickets is 200 kuna you can get it at each gate! Enjoy this stunning city!
LifeisahoneymoonA great location overlooking the ancient city of Dubrovnik. The cable car stands at the foot of the mountain outside the north gate of the ancient city. There is a huge cross on the top of the mountain. It was originally given to Ducheng by Napoleon. It was later destroyed by the war. Now there is a replica standing there.
sculptorStradun is the main street in Dubrovnik, Croatia. The limestone pedestrian street runs through the old town surrounded by the Dubrovnik walls. Most of the current facade was created after the devastating earthquake of 1667. Before the earthquake, houses were not designed as uniformly as they are today, many with arcades and elaborate decorations. Following the 1667 earthquake and the subsequent fire, the Republic of Lagusa adopted a law that provides for the layout of all future dwellings in the city. Many of Dubrovnik's historic buildings and monuments are located along Stradun Street, so it is a popular place for tourists.
In Bosnia and Herzegovina, the old town of Mostar is not to be missed, but in addition to the old city, there are two points around, you can also pack and tour together.
One is Buna Springs. It is located near the small town of Blagaj, southwest of Mostar. It is the largest karst lava spring in Europe and the source of the Buna River.
have not approached, you can hear the sound of the flowing water, the stone bridge spans the water, the clear spring water rushes out from the lava rock cave, clean and transparent to incredible, can clearly see the bottom of the river The swaying green water grass. There are many restaurants along the river, tables and chairs are placed along the river, and the dishes are the best in the spring water. Sit down, blow your hair, eat a meal, and enjoy a rare leisure.
The other is Pocitelj, 25 km from Mostar, where the terrain is steep and it is a fortress village in the Ottoman era, one of the most beautiful buildings in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Going through the doorway through a large stone block, I entered the village. The fig tree above the doorway is 107 years old, but still vibrant.
The village goes all the way up the mountain, selling small stalls of nuts and rose water, and the local aunt will enthusiastically attract customers.
Every household has a strong wall, like a small fortress. In front of the house, there are fruit trees, apples, grapes, pomegranates hanging everywhere. If you meet the owner, you can say hello, you can pick a few to eat.
I am tired, sitting on the steps under the shade of the trees, there are aunts and me pulling home. Although the language is unreasonable, but the strokes can be understood. I feel that I am a village person, but I have been away from home for a long time...