Katine Bridge on Pag Island, Croatia

Katine Bridge is a remarkable engineering marvel located on the Island of Pag in Croatia. The bridge spans across a narrow channel that separates the Island of Pag from the mainland, connecting the town of Pag to the rest of Croatia. The bridge is a popular destination for tourists.
The bridge is made up of two towers, which support the suspension cables that hold up the deck of the bridge. The design of the bridge is not only aesthetically pleasing but also serves a practical purpose, allowing ships to pass beneath it without obstructing the flow of traffic.
Visitors can enjoy stunning views of the surrounding area from the bridge, including the crystal-clear waters of the Adriatic Sea and the rugged terrain of the Island of Pag.
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