From the Media - Part 74

posted by mh on 2007/07/18 10:58

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Three sites in SEE have just been added to UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites: the bridge over the Drina in Visegrad/Bosnia (see an older posting and the entry on archnet.org), the old town of Corfu/Greece, and the Roman-period Palace of Galerius in Gamzigrad/Serbia. Bosnia-Herzegovina, after the addition of the Stari Most in Mostar in 2005, is so the only country represented only by bridges. Can it get any more symbolical?

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