The bridge on the Zepa River is located in the Rogatica municipality in the settlement of Zepa. The stone bridge dates back from the Ottoman empire. It was located at the confluence of the river until 1966, when it was dismantled and reconstructed at another location due to the construction of the Bajina Bašta Hydroelectric Power Plant. Its new location is 500 meters from the village of Žepa, not far from the Redžep-pasha tower, which was built around the same period.
The bridge is on the list of national monuments of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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