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List of bridges in Montenegro

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List of bridges in Montenegro

This list of bridges in Montenegro lists bridges of particular historical, scenic, architectural or engineering interest. Road and railway bridges, viaducts, aqueducts and footbridges are included.

Name Locality Date Image Notes
Adži-paša's bridge Podgorica 18th century Spans the Ribnica river
Bar Aqueduct Stari Bar 16th century Aqueduct across valley. Rebuilt 1979.
Blažo Jovanović Bridge Podgorica 1950 Spans the Morača River
Đurđevića Tara Bridge Budečevica 1940 Concrete road bridge over the River Tara
Mala Rijeka Viaduct Podgorica 1973 Spans the Mala Rijeka (Little River}
Millenium Bridge Podgorica 2005 Cable-stayed road bridge over the Morača River
Moscow Bridge Podgorica 2008 Pedestrian bridge over the Morača River
Rijeka Crnojevića bridge Rijeka Crnojevića 1853 Spans the Crnojević River
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