The Made In China Bridge in Croatia Changes the Face of the Adriatic Coast


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The long awaited bridge in Croatia has opened. The Chinese-made bridge serves as a link with the southern Adriatic region.

Named the Peljesac Bridge, it was officially launched on Tuesday, citing CNN Saturday (30/7/2022). The building, which is also funded by the European Union, runs between Komarna di and Brijesta on the Peljesac peninsula.

The Peljesac Bridge makes for easier access to the popular tourist attractions of Dubrovnik. Measuring 2.4 kilometers long, the opening of the bridge is considered a historic moment for the country.

Hundreds of people were the first to cross on foot as the bridge opened to pedestrians and then to motorists.

Until recently, both residents and tourists had to cross Bosnia-Herzegovina when traveling to and from the Southern Dalmatia region to the mainland. This means they have to undergo border checks to make some areas in the Adriatic Sea feel isolated.

Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic described the €525 million Peljesac Bridge as not a luxury, but a necessity.

Fireworks illuminate skies over the newly built Peljesac Bridge in Komarna, southern Croatia, Tuesday, July 26, 2022. Croatia is marking the opening of a key and long-awaited bridge connecting two parts of the country's Adriatic Sea coastline while bypassing a small part of Bosnia's territory.  (AP Photo)Peljesac Bridge (Photo: AP Photo)

Standing 55 meters above sea level, the Peljesac Bridge has been under construction for several years, with a funding contribution of €357 million from the EU in 2017.

The Peljesac Bridge will cut travel time by up to 37 minutes for travelers along the Adriatic coastline, according to European Union officials.

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