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Over 400 years ago this bridge was part of a large trading network spanning from Central Europe well into North Africa established by the Ottoman Turks. The bridge survived many wars, but not its inundation caused by the building of an artificial lake in 1965....More
The bridge is built during the ottoman period and is a beautifull landmark a short walk from the old city in trebinje. You can walk to it along the river and enjoy the sceneri there. On the top of the bridge there is a little...More
Arslanagic Bridge is the most significant historical monument in Trebinje, which extends over the river Trebišnjica. It was built by Mehmed Pasha Sokolovic back in 1574.
Name Arslanagića Bridge was given in the 18th century after its bridge keeper Arslan-aga. In 1993, Mayor of Trebinje,...More
Spectacular construction and location. The Bridge used to be some 5 km upstream, it was moved around 50 years ago because of the construction of an hydro-electric dam. Arslan Agha was a lord to whom was granted the right to impose a toll to the...More