Sarajevo

The 1984 Winter Olympics

The 1984 Winter Olympics were held in Sarajevo, the capital city of Bosnia and Herzegovina, which was then part of Yugoslavia. It was a significant event for the region, as it was the first Winter Olympics to be held in a socialist country and brought international attention to Sarajevo and its surrounding mountains. Here are …

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Sarajevo Roses

Sarajevo Roses are a poignant symbol of the Bosnian War and the resilience of the city of Sarajevo. During the conflict, Sarajevo was heavily bombarded, and many areas were marked by mortar shell explosions that left behind distinctive patterns resembling roses in the concrete. These “roses” are actually scars caused by the impact of mortar …

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Olympic Museum in Sarajevo

The Olympic Museum in Sarajevo is a museum dedicated to the 1984 Winter Olympics held in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The museum is located in the heart of the city and contains various exhibits related to the Olympics, including sports equipment, Olympic torches, photographs, and medals. The museum aims to preserve the legacy of the …

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Baščaršija

Baščaršija is a vibrant and bustling district that dates back to the 15th century, during the Ottoman era. The district features a maze of narrow streets and alleyways, lined with traditional stone buildings, shops, and restaurants. One of the most notable landmarks in Baščaršija is the Sebilj Fountain, a beautiful Ottoman-era fountain located in the …

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Jewish Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Jewish Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina is located in Sarajevo, the capital city of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The museum is dedicated to preserving and promoting the history and cultural heritage of the Jewish community in Bosnia and Herzegovina, which dates back to the 16th century. The museum’s collection includes artifacts, photographs, documents, and other …

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