The Old Bridge, elegantly spanning the Neretva River, is flanked by two majestic towers that serve as architectural support and watchful guardians. On the east bank stands the semi-circular Tara Tower, once an Ottoman ammunition depot and now housing the Museum of the Old Bridge. Opposite on the west side, the Halebija tower served as a prison on its lower floors and as small barracks and a lookout post on its upper floors. Just beyond the Tara Tower, nestled on the left bank of the river, lies the Herceguša Tower, a remarkable structure built in the early 15th century during the reign of Herceg Stjepan Vukčić Kosača.
The towers can be visited from Tuesday – Sunday, from 10 am until 6pm


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