Suada and Olga bridge

Suada and Olga bridge
Vrbanja bridge span view.jpg
Coordinates43°51′11.92″N 18°24′23.67″E / 43°51′11.92″N 18°24′23.67″E / 43.8533111; 18.4065750
CarriesMotor vehicles, pedestrians and bicycles

Suada and Olga bridge (Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian: Most Suade i Olge / Мост Суаде и Олге), also known as old name Vrbanja bridge (Vrbanja most / Врбања мост) is a bridge across the Miljacka in Sarajevo.


The oldest name of this bridge is Ćirišhana bridge, named after Turkish word for glue factory, which was located near the bridge on right side of the river.[1]. During Yugoslavian-era, name of the bridge was "Vrbanja bridge", and in 6 April 1996 it was renamed first to "Suada Dilberović bridge", after which in 3 December 1999 it was renamed to today's name "Suada and Olga bridge".[2] It is named after Suada Dilberović and Olga Sučić, the first victims shot by Bosnian Serb's Democratic Party militia at the beginning of the Siege of Sarajevo.[3]