The bridge on the Drina / Andrićgrad

Mehmed Paša Sokolović  bridge is a remarkable architectural testimony to the apogee of the classical age of the Ottoman Empire. The bridge was built in the period from 1571 to 1577. In 2007, bridge was entered in the UNESCO list of world cultural heritage. For more information visit next link.

Close to the bridge is Andrictown (meaning “Andric’s town“) also known as “ Stonetown“ is the town dedicated to our famous writer Ivo Andric, Nobel prize winner. Andrictown is tourist, cultural, administrative and educational complex. For more information visit next link.