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The New Sava River Bridge in Belgrad

Serbian state officials attend a ceremony as workers building the new Sava River Bridge in Belgrade near the Ada Ciganlija river island connect the river banks of Belgrade and New Belgrade. The first vehicles will cross over the bridge on December 15. (Andrej Isakovic—AFP/Getty Images)

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