Kosinj Bridge

Local nameKosinjski most
LocationLika-Senj County, Croatia

Kosinj Bridge is a 70-metre stone bridge in Lika, Croatia. It connects the Upper and Lower Kosinj. It was designed in the 19th century by Milivoj Frković, and was modelled on the old Croatian bridge-building technique of uklinjenjem kamena. The bridge features piers designed to reduce or eliminate scour damage. Not only does this design help relieve the impact of waves on the bride, but it creates symmetrical circles in the water.The construction of the bridge began in 1929. In 1936, it was opened to traffic. The length of the bridge is 70 metres, including abutments, with 5.5 metres between the stone parapets.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kosinj_Bridge

Coordinates 44°44'6.399" N 15°16'26.392" E

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