Most Na Suvom
Once a bridge over the River Begej, now high and dry.
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Built in 1962 by Rada Janjatov, a project engineer, the bridge connected two shores in Zrenjanin for 23 years, until in 1985, when city authorities decided to change the flow of the River Begej. There was a plan in 2015 to demolish the bridge, but nothing happened and the bridge remains as the obscure symbol of the city. Most Na Suvom is closed for walking, as it is in ruins and unsafe, but it has attracted graffiti art and skateboarders.
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The bridge is located between city center and Mala Amerika neighborhood
June 22, 2020
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