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Mostar Bridge, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 1986

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"A crescent in stone, the humpbacked bridge at Mostar spans the Neretva River in Yugoslavia's Bosnia-Hercegovina Republic. The bridge was built in 1566 on Süleyman's orders to replace a nearby chain bridge deemed unsafe by his subjects."

—From "The World of Süleyman the Magnificent," November 1987, National Geographic magazine
Photograph by James L. Stanfield

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