<p><br> This bridge over the Neretva River in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina, known to locals as the Stari (short for Stari Most, "the old bridge") was destroyed by war in 1993, but then rebuilt with the help of the international community. This is part of a tour offered by the outfitter <a href="http://www.oars.com">O.A.R.S.</a></p>

Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina


This bridge over the Neretva River in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina, known to locals as the Stari (short for Stari Most, "the old bridge") was destroyed by war in 1993, but then rebuilt with the help of the international community. This is part of a tour offered by the outfitter O.A.R.S.

Photograph courtesy O.A.R.S.

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