• Franjo Tuðman

  • Franjo Tuðman

  • Franjo Tuđman

    Franjo Tuđman

    Franjo Tuđman, also written as Franjo Tudjman (Croatian: [frǎːɲo tûdʑman ] ( listen ); 14 May 1922 – 10 December 1999), was a Croatian politician and historian. Following the country's independence from Yugoslavia he became the first President of Croatia and served as president from 1990 until his death in 1999. He was the 9th and last President of the Presidency of SR Croatia from May to July 1990.

  • List of places named after Franjo Tuđman

    This is a partial list of places named in honor of Franjo Tuđman, the 1st President of the independent Republic of Croatia from 1990 until 1999:

  • Franjo Tuđman Bridge

    Franjo Tuđman Bridge may refer to:

  • Franjo Tuđman Bridge (Dubrovnik)

    Franjo Tuđman Bridge (Dubrovnik)

    The Franjo Tuđman Bridge (Croatian: Most dr. Franja Tuđmana) is a cable-stayed bridge carrying the D8 state road at the western approach to Dubrovnik, Croatia across Rijeka Dubrovačka near Port of Gruž. The original bridge design was developed in 1989; however, construction was stopped at the onset of the Croatian War of Independence. The bridge has been redesigned by Structures Department of the University of Zagreb Faculty of Civil Engineering and the design employed has been developed by Zlatko Šavor.

  • Franjo Tuđman Bridge (Osijek)

    Franjo Tuđman Bridge (Osijek)

    The Franjo Tuđman Bridge (Croatian: Most dr. Franje Tuđmana) is a 294-meter-long (965 ft) bridge over Drava River located in Osijek, Croatia. It connects Osijek and Slavonia with Baranja.

  • Franjo Tuđman Bridge (Čapljina)

    Franjo Tuđman Bridge (Čapljina)

    Franjo Tuđman Bridge (Croatian: Most dr. Franje Tuđmana) is a bridge over Neretva River located in Čapljina, Bosnia and Herzegovina. It was named after Franjo Tuđman, the first President of Croatia, as are a bridge in Dubrovnik and one in Osijek.

  • Franjo Tudman Bridge (Osijek)

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