Once you get to this location, your guide will tell you the entire story of how this bridge relates to the Old Bridge.
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Not sure why they call it a crooked bridge as it is not crooked and looks just lime the old bridge in shape but much smaller. The river below is dirty and polluted with rubbish. Disgusting. There is a sign with a little story about...More
Not exactly looking the same, this small bridge should be seen as it is close to the old bridge. Easily accesable from one side, but no so easily from another due to steep stairs. The best way to reach is to (coming from the Old...More
This so-called Crooked Bridge was one of 12 surviving Ottoman bridges at the time of the Balkans wars of the 1990s. Like the famous Old Bridge, this one ended up collapsing due to war damage, albeit a few years after the end of the conflict....More
Amazing seeing this little bridge buildt i 1457 and that this is the model for the bigger and more famous bridge in Mostar
This bridge is located very close to the famous Old Bridge, you just need to turn left at some point, anyway, Google Maps will help you to find it but it really super small, I was a bit disappointed. But, since you don't really need...More
Interesting to know that this bridge was used as a prototype for the old bridge. Also that it survived the war but was destroyed by the flood. Not sure why it is called crooked bridge when it as obviously not crooked.