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Älteste Synagoge Bosniens. #sarajevo #sinagogasarajevu #synagoge #shalom #kleinesjerusalem

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Najljepše nebo i jedno SRCE. 🙏 #underbeautifulskies #sarajevo #bih #heart #sky #skylover

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Sarajevo Bosnia – The people are some of the nicest, happiest people I've met which is amazing considering everything they have been through. The city of Sarajevo is a beautiful mountain valley that has been through hell. Most people don't know that WW1 started here when Franz Ferdinand the Archduke of Austria was assassinated crossing that bridge. A couple decades later they had to endure nazi occupation. There were some relative good times after the war under Tito, the Yugoslav dictator, and in 1984 Sarajevo hosted the Winter Olympics. One of the pinnacles of society. Which is crazy because only 7 years later Sarajevo fell victim to the Longest Siege in modern warefare history. Almost 4 years of hell. Not a lot is taught about the Bosnian civil war in our school systems and it was eye opening to hear first hand accounts of a war that happened in my life time (IN EUROPE non the less). The rebels who were backed by the Yugoslav army surrounded the city in artillery and snipers and continuously rained fire and hell down on the civilian population. The story of how the population got by day by day is incredible. People still went to work, running from building to building to avoid the shells and sniper bullets. Sniper alley, the road from the yellow holiday inn building to airport, was so dangerous that if you died on it, people assumed you committed suicide because it was a guarantee you would be shot. The red splatter is called a Sarajevo rose, it signifies that an atrocity happened at this spot during the war, And these roses are everywhere. The glass statues is over 3000 layers of glass, and each one signifies a child that died in the siege. The snipers had no issue with shooting a 3 year old. All this strife has made for some unique trinkets at the market, figurines out of bullet shells are common and in this shop you can see quite the assortment of paraphernalia, from bazookas and gas masks to the black gestapo uniform hanging up. Also the war crimes museum is a must, tragic, but it helps explain the depth of the conflict. There were CONCENTRATION CAMPS… IN EUROPE… IN THE 90's!!! Yet the locals today are as upbeat and positive as ever! #sarajevo #europe

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#vrelobosne #sarajevo

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Lost in #sarajevo

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Večeras… #Sarajevo #zutatabija #destinationsarajevo #feelsarajevo #visitsarajevo #balkanvibe

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#sunsetrays #visitsarajevo

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Bakırcılar çarşısı #sarajevo #travel #ottoman #culture #happy #sunday #love #authentic

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Skřivánci na niti #sarajevo#city#sunset#sky#clouds#beautiful#scenery#people#starring#towards#the#sun

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"L'unico limite è la tua immaginazione" Bosnia- Erzegovina 2017 #trip #bosnia #prijedor #sarajevo #mostar

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#copper #handmade #finedetails #artsandcrafts #autumn #chestnut #coffeetime #coffee #sarajevo #bascarsija

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Mi i Saraj'vo @_melissa_mayssa_ #sarajevo #trebevic #beautiful #look #photography #love #city #torbemarcezadel #bosnia

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. آواز دهل شنیدن از دور خوش است. #خیام #avaztwisttower #sarajevo #bih #bosnia #bosnia

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Sebilj, Sarajevo/Bosna Hersek

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".. Sarajevo je grad u koji sam se zaljubio na prvi pogled. Tu je bilo sjajnih ljudi, naučili su me da se to kaže – raja – pa me ta moja raja svaki put poslije gostovanja s pjesmom negdje pred zoru pratila na vlak. Uvijek sam si rekao da više neću gostovati u Sarajevu, jer mi je iza toga trebalo tjedan dana za oporavak, ali nikad nisam održao riječ! I eto, baš sam te momente ugradio u ono bogatstvo duše koje ti nikad i niko ne može uzeti…. I onda je odjednom došao taj strašan rat, mučna opsada Sarajeva i nisam ni časka dvoumio da dođem preko Igmana u grad moje raje. Ivica i ja uđosmo u grad u zoru, štićeni maglom, ali zato nas je srebrni mjesec osvjetlio pri izlasku, a bogami osvjetliše nas i oni crveni projektili. Drugi put mi je bilo lakše, gospodski sam došao avionom UNPROFOR-a, ali povratak preko piste baš i ne bi mogao tako okvalificirati. Otpjevah, zagrlih se sa Micetom, Sutkom, Borom, Duškom… i zatekoh grad, ponosan grad koji se borio svojim nikad pokorenim, niti oslabljenim duhom i čije četiri godine zatočene stanovnike sve do jednog uvažavam kao najveće heroje." #Sarajevo #Bosna #Bosnia #MyHomeTown #Birthplace #HeartOfEurope

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