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The bridge stands on a site previously occupied by a wooden bridge, known as the Šejhanija bridge, which had been built in the 16th century. 
- Sparks, Mary. The Development of Austro-Hungarian Sarajevo, 1878-1918. p. 124.
- Dervishes and Islam in Bosnia. p. 76.
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