The iconic Old Bridge of Mostar is a magnificent stone masterpiece built in 1566, stands tall as the city’s symbol and connects local legends to its legacy. This architectural marvel survived for over four centuries until tragedy struck in 1993 when it was bombed. But resilience prevailed, and the bridge’s reconstruction was a remarkable endeavor, based on the original techniques Ottomans used while building the bridge. The ceremonial inauguration of the bridge took place in 2004, and in 2005, the Old Bridge was included in the UNESCO list of cultural heritage. The Old Bridge, as the main symbol of the city, attracts thousands of visitors every year, and it is especially fascinating in July when traditional bridge jumps take place.