Paški most (Paški bridge)
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Paški most (Paški bridge)

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This is the bridge that connects Croatia main land and island Pag. The bridge is called Paški Most. (Most in croatian means bridge). The bridge is sometimes closed for trafic if the strong bura wind is blowing. 

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