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|June 9th, 2005, 04:36 PM||#1|
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Visegrad Bridge | Visegrad, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Biult in 1577 under the Ottoman rule, the bridge over Drina passing Visegrad is one of the most famous bridges in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
With its eleven masonry arches, the Visegrad Bridge spans 180 meters with a four-meter wide roadway.Famous for it's beauty and celebrated in Nobel-prize winner Ivo Andric's novel "The Bridge on the Drina"
Paintings of the bridge (dating from year 1880-1900 probaly)
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|January 23rd, 2006, 03:48 AM||#12|
Evil is a Point of View
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