Varadin Bridge is an extension on the Danube stream in Novi Sad, Serbia. The extension was worked in 2000, after the past scaffold Marshal Tito Bridge, renamed Varadin Bridge in 1991 at this area was devastated amid NATO assault on 1 April 1999. The Varadin connect over the Danube in Novi Sad associates Novi Sad Bouled of Mihailo Pupin with Belgrade Street to Petroadin and proceeds through the Belgrade Gate of the Petroadin Fortress, an old street to Belgrade.
The entry of the old street to Novi Sad offers you a lovely view from the extension, along the avenue to the white working of Novi Sad's primary mail station. The present extension is situated at the site of an old iron scaffold obliterated in the shelling. Varadin obligation is the principal lasting extension after the demolition of the Danube connects in the besieging and to encourage the development of individuals on the two sides of the Danube, yet never discounted Varadinski old scaffold and wiped his stamp in the recollections of every one of us who had the chance to utilize it.