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    Brankos bridge is the second-largest bridge of Belgrade Serbia connecting the city center with New Belgrade across Sava river. Built in 1956 on the foundations of the 1934 King Alexander Bridge which was destroyed in World War II it reconnected BelBrankos bridge is the second-largest bridge of Belgrade Serbia connecting the city center with New Belgrade across Sava river. Built in 1956 on the foundations of the 1934 King Alexander Bridge which was destroyed in World War II it reconnected Belgrade and Zemun as the only motorway bridge at the time. After several official and unofficial names the present name stuck after the Brankova Street which extends into the bridge from the direction of the old section of Belgrade.

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    Brankos bridge is the second-largest bridge of Belgrade Serbia connecting the city center with New Belgrade across Sava river. Built in 1956 on the foundations of the 1934 King Alexander Bridge which was destroyed in World War II it reconnected BelBrankos bridge is the second-largest bridge of Belgrade Serbia connecting the city center with New Belgrade across Sava river. Built in 1956 on the foundations of the 1934 King Alexander Bridge which was destroyed in World War II it reconnected Belgrade and Zemun as the only motorway bridge at the time. After several official and unofficial names the present name stuck after the Brankova Street which extends into the bridge from the direction of the old section of Belgrade.

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