TITLE

KRATKI PRIKAZ REVITALIZACIJE LOKALITETA STAROG MOSTA

AUTHOR(S)
ńĆolak, Ivo
PUB. DATE
June 2013
SOURCE
e-Zbonik: Electronic collection of papers of the Faculty of Civi;Jun2013, Issue 5, p24
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Reconstruction project of the Old Bridge is one of the greatest and the most valued historical UNESCO projects in last several decades in Europe. Location of the Mostar was mentioned for the first time in 1452. Archeological investigations of bridge fortifications discovered a rests of the first medieval wooden bridge from 15th century. Fundations of the first wooden bridge were on the same location where is built a stone bridge in 1566. The arch of the Old Bridge was the most important part of reconstruction. Dimensions of the new Old Bridge has fully accuracy and we endeavoured to retain originality of structure. A complete process from beginning to finishing of the arch was so unit and uncompared with any kind of the other project or structure. Here is presented only one general review of creation, sanations, historical and archeological investigations and reconstruction of the Old Bridge.
ACCESSION #
93259365

 

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