The main body of the ancient city of Mostar is the Old Bridge of Mostar. The Old Bridge of Mostar is a landmark of Mostar, recognized by UNESCO as a World Cultural Heritage... The most famous ancient bridge in Mostar is the bridge jumping. No matter the weather, people will jump off the bridge like diving. Every year there is a special bridge jumping competition... But be careful, there may be people who are dressed like a tour guide near the bridge asking you for money for various reasons. First, take a look at a document that you don’t know, and then take a photo of the child and say it’s his child. , Ask if you want to go and see, anyway, I want you to pay him, this should be paid attention to...
The old city with a sense of history, walking here is like watching a movie and looking back at history. People live here leisurely.
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.
Bosnia and Herzegovina, a country full of blood and tears. Mostar and Sarajevo, cemeteries full of cities, and tombstones whose lives ended in 92-93. The ancient bridge in Mostar, connected to the Croats at one end and the Mu people at the other, records wars and divisions. Traveling here, you can feel the division, integration and entanglement of nations, countries, and wars at any time... The world is beautiful, and I would like to be gentle with each other to eat, drink and have fun [sneer laugh].
The streets of the old city are all paved with cobblestones, and cafes, bars and restaurants are lined up on both sides. All kinds of handicraft products are mainly made of copper, Turkish style tea sets, decorative paintings created with the old bridge as the background, and various gold and silver jewellery are gathered together, which is dizzying.
An ancient town full of Turkish customs. Located in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Neretva River flows by. The ancient bridge built in the middle of the 14th century spans it like a coquettish, connecting the two banks of the river, with people and logistics, bustling the ancient town, and warming the time. Small commodities are full of religious colors, flooding the alleys and lanes of the ancient town, and sometimes thick and light food drifts, intermittently, if the index finger of the visitor is greatly moved, the urge to feast on.