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Not the nicest bridge I have ever seen, but a historical place. This is where WWI started! On one side of the bridge, by the museum, you can see a sign showing where the assasinator of Franz Ferdinand stood while shooting.
Latin Bridge is an Ottoman bridge built of stone and gypsum over the river Miljacka in Sarajevo, The northern end of the bridge was the site of the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria by Gavrilo Princip in 1914 which triggered World War -...More
The bridge itself is remarkable in that it is among the oldest preserved bridges in Sarajevo. There is a tribute to Archduke Ferdinand, who was shot nearby, which led to events that started WWI. Across the street is a museum. One can view the basic...More
Not much to see here, but hey you’ve got to go because it’s such an important spot. On the old town side of the bridge is a museum with pictures outside depicting what happened ( I didn’t go in) and there’s a small stone memorial...More