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Perovic or Arslanagic Bridge is the most significant historical monument in Trebinje, which extends over the river Trebišnjica. It was built by Mehmed Pasha Sokolovic back in 1574.

Remains from the Turkish period in Trebinje are extremely visited: Perovic (Arslanagić) bridge from the sixteenth century, built by Mehmed-Pasha Sokolović, Osman Pasha's Mosque and the Old City (Kastel) on the right bank of the Trebišnjica from the eighteenth century, full of small restaurants, boutiques and memorabilia.

Special tourist offer of the city is religious tourism, as well as many foreign and domestic tourists might want to visit the monasteries. Trebinje is full of these monumental and historically-interesting buildings.

Many tourists enjoy massive plane trees, over a hundred years old, as well as in old Austrian buildings dominate the very center of the city, which were built in a Mediterranean style.

The city of Trebinje lies on the banks of the Trebišnjica River, once the largest underground river in Europe, 98 km long, which runs through the center of town. Old mills – dolapos, which are often associated with the term Trebišnjica, represent the beauty of the river environment and its surroundings.

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