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.
LZH享受人生The Neretva River, which flows through the Serbian Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, is the largest river in the Adriatic basin of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The river is clear and stretches across the Old Town of Mostar. It can be seen from the ancient bridge The style of the ancient city on both sides of the river.
LikeGorTraveling in Mostar again, there is no hustle and bustle, the air is fresh, the birds and the flowers are fragrant, living in such a paradise on earth, as if being in a fairyland, a Bosnia and Herzegovina-Mostar worth exploring.
freewangyongI found a homestay in the ancient city of Mostar, and I can overlook the ancient city from the balcony. The Old Bridge of Mostar across the Neretva River is a World Heritage Site. The ancient city and bridge are for tourism in Mostar. For two reasons, those who want to see the bridge jumping performance have to go during the day when there is a lot of people, and those who want to enjoy the ancient city quietly, and those who dominate the beauty of the ancient bridge should go early in the morning.
LikeGorBosnia and Herzegovina (Bosnia and Herzegovina) is a country very suitable for travel with low prices, comfortable life, fresh air, and comfortable environment. You can spend this wonderful time slowly in a small train.
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Mostar has long been known for its old Turkish houses and Old Bridge, Stari Most, after which it is named. In the 1990s conflict,
“Big Tall Orange Building” at the #spanishsquare is #mostar City Center. It is actually from the Austro-Hungarian period and has endured a lot of suffering from bullets and grenades throughout #bosnia Civil War in 90s.
#mostar #oldtown is Turkish Muslim Heritage that
spanning into feep valley of the Neretva River, developed in the 15th and 16th centuries as an Ottoman frontier town and during the Austro-Hungarian period in the 19th and 20th centuries in #bosnia
#stari Old bridge at historic town of #mostar , spanning a deep valley of the Neretva River, developed in the 15th and 16th centuries as an Ottoman frontier town and during the Austro-Hungarian period in the 19th and 20th centuries in #bosnia
To everyone, Amway, a beautiful and small destination, Bosnia and Herzegovina, an ancient city in China that is free of visas to China, called Mostar Mostar, is really beautiful, this world cultural heritage Mostar ancient bridge It is a 16th-century bridge that spans the Neretva River. After the completion of the bridge, it became the world's widest artificially constructed arch bridge.
Some related technical issues are still a mystery: how to set up scaffolding; how to transport stones from one side of the river to the other; how to keep scaffolding reliable during such a long construction period. Therefore, this bridge can be included in the greatest work of the time [tact]
Non-missing Bosnia and Herzegovina: aerial photography Mostar ancient bridge / hc / Speaking of the country of Bosnia and Herzegovina, many people may feel strange, but when it comes to Sarajevo, there must be many people who are familiar with it. Yes, Sarajevo is the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
However, in this place that is known to the world because of war, in addition to Sarajevo, there is another place that must not be missed, that is Mostar, because there is an ancient bridge. The ancient bridge was built in the 16th century and was destroyed 427 years later during the Bosnian War on November 9, 1993. After the destruction, a temporary cable bridge was built on the site.
Even though the ancient bridge we saw today was later rebuilt, it still can't stop the charm of this small town.
The full name of Bosnia and Herzegovina is Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Mostar is the largest and most prestigious city in the region of Herzegovina.
This old bridge and the ancient city scene, you can almost see in all the tourism propaganda in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The old bridge was built in 1566 in the Ottoman period and is now almost a symbol of the whole of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Jumping from the top of the bridge of more than 20 meters into the cold and rushing river is a traditional challenge for local brave people. If you are lucky, you may be able to witness this feat! (Dangerous projects, do not imitate)
and the old town on the bridge is one of the best preserved ancient cities in the entire Balkan region. In 2005, the Old Town and the Old Bridge were selected together in the United Nations World Heritage list.
There are also buildings, museums, and parks that commemorate the lost people. Remember the war and history.
Mostar is a destination that every traveler to Bosnia and Herzegovina will not miss.
The feeling of the old city is very similar to Lijiang, the cobbled streets, the shops on both sides are row upon row, the tourists are endless, and the commercial atmosphere is very strong. But despite this, Mostar will make people feel worthwhile, probably because there is a ancient bridge that is listed as a World Heritage. The
ancient bridge was built in the 16th century and was destroyed in the war in 1993. It was successfully rebuilt in 2004 using the same materials and techniques.
The ancient bridge divides the old city into two, so people come and go all day on the bridge. There are also diving people on the old bridge. When you fill in the number of euros, you will perform once. When you enter the water, you will make a loud noise. It is said that jumping from the high old bridge is the act of young people in Mostar to prove their courage. From 1968, there will be a formal diving competition every summer. Continued to the present, it has become a means of earning money for tourists. The distance from the bridge to the water is very high. People who dare to jump will need a lot of courage and superb diving skills, so people will applaud the divers.
There are many beautifully furnished restaurants by the river. Sitting down for a cup of coffee, or eating a meal, watching the green river flowing like jade slowly flows, which is a very enjoyable thing in itself.
Mostar is the cultural capital of Herzegovina.
Once the glorious city was baptized by war, it developed slowly after a few years. This is a city that is deep in Europe but has a strong Islamic flavor.
We left the country from Dubrovnik and moved to Bosnia and Herzegovina before arriving at Mostar.
Mostar is very different from European cities, and there are many towering mosques in the small town. Built in 1557, the Karadozbegova Mosque is the most important and sacred Islamic building in the region. Its designer Mimar Sinan was the chief architect of the Ottoman Empire. The mosque is also one of the best places to admire the Old Bridge and the Neretva River.
The Biscevica House on the eastern bank of the Neretva River is a complete preserve of 17th-century Turkish-style homes. The tall stone pillars support the white-walled brown tile house, and the soft wool carpet highlights the identity of the former owner.
This is a beautiful small town with a simple folk style, almost my favorite city in the Balkans.