PHOTOS In pics: Peljesac Bridge under construction in Croatia

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In pics: Peljesac Bridge under construction in Croatia

Xinhua

08:47, March 24, 2019

Aerial photo taken on March 22, 2019 shows the construction site of the Peljesac Bridge near Komarna, Croatia. The Peljesac Bridge is one of the biggest infrastructure projects in Croatia's history. The bridge will connect the Croatian peninsula Peljesac with the Croatian mainland and therefore bypass a short strip of the neighboring Bosnian coast that interrupts the continuity of Croatian territory. A Chinese consortium led by China Road and Bridge Corporation (CRBC) won the bid for the first phase of the bridge and its access roads in January 2018, with a promise to finish the job in 36 months. Construction officially kicked off in late July 2018 and has been progressing well since then. (Xinhua/Gao Lei)

Aerial photo taken on March 22, 2019 shows the construction site of the Peljesac Bridge near Komarna, Croatia. The Peljesac Bridge is one of the biggest infrastructure projects in Croatia's history. The bridge will connect the Croatian peninsula Peljesac with the Croatian mainland and therefore bypass a short strip of the neighboring Bosnian coast that interrupts the continuity of Croatian territory. A Chinese consortium led by China Road and Bridge Corporation (CRBC) won the bid for the first phase of the bridge and its access roads in January 2018, with a promise to finish the job in 36 months. Construction officially kicked off in late July 2018 and has been progressing well since then. (Xinhua/Gao Lei)

Chinese engineer Zhang Fei (L) and Croatian engineer Ivica Granic, both employees of China Road and Bridge Corporation (CRBC), read construction plan at Peljesac Peninsula, Croatia, on March 21, 2019. The Peljesac Bridge is one of the biggest infrastructure projects in Croatia's history. The bridge will connect the Croatian peninsula Peljesac with the Croatian mainland and therefore bypass a short strip of the neighboring Bosnian coast that interrupts the continuity of Croatian territory. A Chinese consortium led by China Road and Bridge Corporation (CRBC) won the bid for the first phase of the bridge and its access roads in January 2018, with a promise to finish the job in 36 months. Construction officially kicked off in late July 2018 and has been progressing well since then. (Xinhua/Gao Lei)

Photo taken on March 21, 2019 shows steel piles for Peljesac Bridge in the waters between Croatian mainland and Peljesac Peninsula near Komarna, Croatia. The Peljesac Bridge is one of the biggest infrastructure projects in Croatia's history. The bridge will connect the Croatian peninsula Peljesac with the Croatian mainland and therefore bypass a short strip of the neighboring Bosnian coast that interrupts the continuity of Croatian territory. A Chinese consortium led by China Road and Bridge Corporation (CRBC) won the bid for the first phase of the bridge and its access roads in January 2018, with a promise to finish the job in 36 months. Construction officially kicked off in late July 2018 and has been progressing well since then. (Xinhua/Gao Lei)

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