Nothing is distinctive in regards to the Latin Bridge which links two halves of Sarajevo which can be separated by the Miljacka river. Built into the sixteenth century during the Ottoman kingdom, the rock connection has four arches with three pillars. It really is sturdy, and had been built more because of its functionality compared to any creative value. The river is not deep or wide; the connection is not high either.
The scene from atop the bridge is not particularly noteworthy. There are some other bridges across the river, including Vrbanja Bridge, where two females, Olga Sucic, a Croat, and Suada Dilberovic, a Bosniak, have been marching for comfort along side tens and thousands of individuals, had been shot at with a sniper. (suite…)