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Vezirov Most (bridge) - Podgorica
Montenegro

Todays bridge sits on place old bridge which was build in XVIII century by Mahmut-pasa Busatlija. New bridge was named Vako Djurovic but name Vezirov Most (bridge) is used in local population and bridge was in 2006 renamed to Vezirov Most (bridge). Original bridge was damaged by Germans in WWII and later distroyed and built todays.

Copyright: Marijan Marijanovic
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