The Mostar Bridge

Mostar Bridge is a little known world wonder: The British BBC broadcasting company has shown the historical bridge in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina among 7 less known wonders of the world.
As well as world wonders such as the Colosseum, Great Wall of China and the Crown Mahal in Rome, the BBC has prepared a list of 7 well-known wonders that the world public has not yet discovered yet, the Ottoman legacy historical bridge in Bucharest, the Bucharest Parliament building, the Grand Indian Wall (Kumbhalgarh). The Shah Lutfullah Mosque in Iran, the symmetrical steps in India, and one of the largest structures from mud brick in Mali, cited the Cenne Mosque as one of the “seven less known wonders of the world”.
The bridge, which has been the heart of the city for 427 years and was destroyed in the war in the 1990s, said the young people of Mostar still continue to jump from the bridge to the cold waters of Neretva by continuing centuries-old traditions.
The bridge built on the Neretva River in 1566 by Architect Hayreddin, a student of Mimar Sinan, on the Neretva River in the city of Mostar, is 24 meters high, 30 meters long and 4 meters wide. This historical bridge, also known as the "soul" of the city of Mostar, was destroyed by Croatian artillery on 9 November 1993. Bridge in 2004, according to the original with Turkey's initiative built Mostar Bridge was made according to the original again in 2004.

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