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Four and a half centuries ago Sultan Suleyman the Magnificent (a very impressive moniker) ordered and funded a bridge. This bridge was to span the Neretva River in current day Mostar, Herzegovina. Under construction for 9 years, the Stari Most(Old Bridge) was a massive undertaking at its time. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the design continues to impress today. The original bridge was destroyed by Croat forces on November 9, 1993, during the Balkan conflict. It had connected the city that spread out on both sides of the riverbank for 427 years. Prior to the bridge’s destruction, the city had been under siege for some time. Runners dared to go back and forth to the other side of the city for goods or even to visit family and friends. After the war ended, the bridge was rebuilt in 3 years. It reopened in July 2004.