KOMARNA, Croatia — Croatia opens Tuesday a long-awaited bridge linking its southern Adriatic coast together with Dubrovnik with the remainder of the nation, bypassing a slender strip of Bosnian territory.
The two.4-kilometer (1.5-mile) span reaches out from the Croatian mainland to the Peljesac peninsula that connects with the southern a part of Croatia’s shoreline nestled between the ocean and the Dinaric Alps.
“The significance of the bridge is big, and it isn’t solely emotional as a result of connection of Croatia’s territory, but additionally for tourism and the economic system on the whole,” stated transportation minister Oleg Butkovic earlier this month.
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