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The original bridge design was developed in 1989; however, construction was stopped at the onset of the Croatian War of Independence. The partially completed bridge was redesigned by the University of Zagreb Faculty of Civil Engineering and was opened to traffic in May 2002.
This is a cable-stayed bridge with semi-fan system constructed with prestressed and steel-reinforced concrete and completed in 2002. With a total length of 481m, it's a baby when compared to similar structures in other countries, some of which exceed one kilometer in length. You will...More
This modern 1899' long cable-stayed road bridge is stunning, but it is perhaps more significant for its representation Dubrovnik's triumph as it recovered from the Croatian War of Independence 1991-95. Construction was interrupted by the fighting after this bridge, spanning Rijeka Dubrovadka near the Port...More
Apart from the potentially controversial name, the relatively new bridge at the north-western entrance to the City was much needed. Before, all traffic had to around a deep riva of the Adriatic. The bridge is cool - and somtimes even closed when Bura (wind) is...More
This is a stunning piece of architecture situated near the port, and no doubt a feat of engineering too. If arriving by cruise ship (I didn't) this is no doubt the first thing you will see of the town). I arrived by bus from Split...More
For each of our two visits to Dubrovnik, we have both arrived and departed by sea. Our most recent visit saw our ship arrive in port, in the early morning and depart late in the evening. This gave us the opportunity to view this impressive...More
The bridge is 518-metre (1,699 ft) long, Construction started October 1998 and opened in 2002, at a cost of 252 million Croatian Kuna It is an amazing feat of engineering and an essential transport link. Fantastic design and on doubt amazing when viewed from the cruise...More