Dzhurdzhevicha Tara Bridge – Yugoslavia

Đurđevića Bridge
Đurđevića Bridge

Dzhurdzhevicha Tara Bridge (Đurđevića Tara Bridge) – A famous bridge designed by Mijat Trojanović between 1937 and 1940 in Yugoslavia. The bridge is 365 meters (1,198 ft) long and has five arches; the largest distance is 116 meters.  The roadway stands 172 meters above the Tara River. It was the biggest bridge in Europe when completed.  The bridge was then reconstructed in 1946. Tourists go to the bridge, as you can easily accommodate for camping, go rafting on the Tara River, and an elastic band to jump from the bridge. It delivers great views of the world’s second biggest canyon and is a major tourist attraction.

Đurđevića Tara Bridge Yugoslavia
Đurđevića Tara Bridge Yugoslavia

Đurđevića Tara Bridge
Đurđevića Tara Bridge

Đurđevića Yugoslavia
Đurđevića Yugoslavia

Đurđevića
Đurđevića

Dzhurdzhevicha Bridge
Dzhurdzhevicha Bridge

Dzhurdzhevicha Tara Bridge View from Above
Dzhurdzhevicha Tara Bridge from Above

Dzhurdzhevicha Tara Bridge Yugoslavia
Dzhurdzhevicha Tara Bridge Yugoslavia

Dzhurdzhevicha Tara Bridge
Dzhurdzhevicha Tara Bridge

Dzhurdzhevicha Yugoslavia
Dzhurdzhevicha Yugoslavia

Dzhurdzhevicha
Dzhurdzhevicha

Tara Bridge Yugoslavia
Tara Bridge Yugoslavia

Tara Bridge
Tara Bridge

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