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Devet grla

Девет грла
Bridge across Zlatica River near Crna Bara.jpg
Coordinates45°58′3″N 20°18′58″E / 45.96750°N 20.31611°E / 45.96750; 20.31611
CarriesState Road 104
Characteristics
Total length84 metres (276 ft)
No. of spans9
History
Construction end1860

Devet grla (Serbian Cyrillic: Девет грла, meaning Nine throats) is a stone and mortar arch bridge over the Aranca river near Mokrin, Serbia. State Road 104 (section 10404 Crna BaraKikinda) passes over the bridge. Border between the City of Kikinda and the Municipality of Čoka lays on the bridge.

The bridge was built in 1860 by the authorities of the Austrian Empire.[1] It is named "Nine throats" because of its nine arches.

References

  1. ^ Đuran, 2014.

Sources

  • "Devet grla, od mosta do ćuprije, i obratno". kikinda.org.rs (in Serbian). 28 April 2010. Retrieved 20 December 2017.
  • Đuran, A. (12 October 2014). "Награђена прича о мосту Девет грла" (in Serbian). Dnevnik. Retrieved 20 December 2017.
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