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List of bridges in Serbia

This is a list of the bridges in Serbia listed by their full length above water or land.

Bridges located on Kosovo are indicated in grey.

Picture Name Length (metres) Span (metres) Completed Location
Beška Bridge 2205 210 1975
(Partly destroyed during 1999 NATO bombing of Yugoslavia, reconstruction ongoing)
Beška, Inđija
Branko's Bridge 450 261 1957 Belgrade
Gazela Bridge 332 1970 Belgrade
Liberty Bridge 1312 351 1981
(Destroyed during 1999 NATO bombing of Yugoslavia)
October 11, 2005
(Reconstructed and reopened)
Novi Sad
Pančevo Bridge 1526.4 1134.7 November 7, 1946 Belgrade
Road–Railway Bridge 2000
(Previous bridge destroyed during 1999 NATO bombing of Yugoslavia)
Novi Sad
New Railroad Bridge 1928 254 1979 Belgrade
Most Ljubavi Vrnjačka Banja
Varadin Bridge 1945
(Destroyed during 1999 NATO bombing of Yugoslavia)
September 2000
(Reconstructed and reopened)
Novi Sad
Ada Bridge 929 376 2012 Belgrade
Dry Bridge 1962
Only bridge in the world that does not span any kind of physical obstacle.
Zrenjanin
Vojinovića Bridge 135 15th century Vučitrn
Trajan's Bridge 1135 760 105
(For more than a thousand years, it was the longest constructed arch bridge in the world.)
270
(Destroyed)
Nearby the present-day cities of Kladovo (Serbia) and Drobeta-Turnu Severin (Romania)
Terzijski Bridge 190 15th century Đakovica
White Bridge 12 2.5 1844 Vranje
New Bridge June 2001 Kosovska Mitrovica
Rača Bridge 28 June 1934 Sremska Rača

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