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... The bridge is 518-metre (1,699 ft) long, measured between the abutments. Substructure of the bridge consists of the abutments, a pier on the western shore supporting a pretensioned girder and an anchoring pier on the eastern shore.
... painful. Mostar is a personification of the war. Croats and Bosnians with some Muslims in the mix lived here peacefully until the Serbs invaded. Once the Serbs were pushed back, unbelievably the Croats and Bosnians turned on each other and the Main Street and bridge become the front line. Shells of buildings sit beside retail stores, a new bridge has been built on the foundations of the old bridge (see photo). We saw ...
... be referred to from now on) as a lot of the fighting from the Balkans war in the 90's centred around this centrally positioned nation. I don’t presume to know the intricate details of this war, but the basic (which is still complicated) version of events reads as follows. The former Yugoslavian states of Slovenia, Croatia and BiH all wanted to move into independent countries but the states of Serbia and Montenegro were none to please and went to war to try and protect ...
... Old Town. It is easy to pick up food supplies form the market shops if you are self-catering – and it’s always an adventure choosing food when you can't read the language. Aside from picking up some yeast instead of butter and ending up with a grapefruit wine spritzer we didn't go far wrong. For the record, Grapefruit wine spritzers are quite nice!
By spending more time here you can head out of the main tourist drag and see for ...
... sir, a bona fide hitchhiker?"
"I guess so."
"Nancy! Get a load of this. Padova, Venizia, Trieste, Bologna, Milano," he turns it over, "Firenze, Roma,"
Nancy leans over her crouching husband, "Rijeka...Luca? Where's that?"
"Luca's a person."
Patrick squints his eyes and looks at me, "Did you hitchhike all through Italy?"
"Actually, I came from Paris. Wait, here..." I flip the sack ...