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The Roman Bridge (Rimski Most) in Ilidza spans the Bosna River and was built by Ottoman architects in the first half of the 16th century using the stones from the remains of the Roman settlement Aquae Sulphurae.



The bridge may have been built on an earlier Roman foundation, thereby bridging time and space. A key trait of the Ilidza area: in the Butmir neighborhood, is one of the most significant archeological Neolithic findings in Europe (2500 and 2600 B.C.).




Arslanagic bridge
Bridge on the Drina
Roman Bridge
The Goat Bridge
New Old Bridge
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