Bridge at Plandiste

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Ilidza, Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Bridge at Plandiste Sep 07, 2015
There is a beautiful old bridge over the Bosna River, about two kilometers downstream from its source. It is just under the highway that connect Sarajevo with Konjic, in a field called Plandiše, thus the name. It is today located in the peaceful surroundings and only those who want to visit will use a macadam road that leads to it.

The Bridge at Plandiše is the Ottoman bridge built between 1530-1550, and maintains even today its original shape. In old documents from the Middle Ages the name of the bridge is in Turkish "bridge at the Bosna sources". The stones probably from the remains of a Roman construction were used to build the bridge and that is why it is known also as "the Roman bridge" from the last century. This is a stone bridge with seven semicircular arches.

The bridge stands as the symbols of Ilidza Municipality. It is also a protected national monument of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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