2019.08. Podgorica-Millennium Bridge, street view: Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro, this is definitely the capital I have seen. There are not many tall buildings in the city, and there are many dirt roads out of the city. There is nothing to look at. It’s fun, it’s not easy to take photos, and it’s hard for photographers to take beautiful scenery!
Beautiful scenery and beautiful bridge. I walked to the mosque and saw this bridge. I checked the map and found it was the Millennium Bridge. There were not many people and the city was lined with trees.
The Millennium Bridge over the Podgorica River is a uniquely shaped white bridge. It is a cable-stayed bridge, but it is a bit different from other cable-stayed bridges. It only has cables on one side and nothing on the other side. Very strong. This is the landmark of Podgorica and the dividing line between the new city and the old city.
I went at night when I went there. The lighting is very beautiful. Only pedestrians are allowed to pass on the bridge. Cars are not allowed to pass, so it is safe to walk slowly
Come to the Millenium Bridge. The cable-stayed bridge is very spectacular, shining brightly against the sunset glow at sunset. Compared with our Chinese who like to go shopping and gather crowds for food and drink during holidays, Europeans prefer outdoor sports. There are many people kayaking on the river under the bridge.
Amazing bridge and place in the center of Podgorica. View is amazing during the day, but at night is something special. Higlight of Podgorica, definitely!
Not sure why this is ranked so high on here, as this is just another bridge in a city. The white stringy design reminded me a bit of a similar bridge in Boston.
If you like bridges, you'll want to see this one otherwise, it is really just another modern bridge. It was commissioned in 2005 and spans the Moraca river. We caught sight of it on our drive to the c...
Podgorica tends to look at its best and most interesting when framed with this bridge at its centre. Don't just take photos of it from afar though - snap pics while on it and under it as well.
It's a white bridge. Nothing you haven't seen yet but if you go make sure you go over Moscow bridge and see it from the side and skip the traffic