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... Our first stop once we were in Bosnia and Herzegovina for good was Mostar, which Hamish and Andy fans may be familiar with. Mostar has a bridge with a 25 meter drop into a beautiful river, which is a right of passive for boys of the town to prove they are men. Of course it was Andy who had to do this dare. But becuase they weren't there today, one of the guys from our trip did it instead. There are professional bridge jumpers there who collect money from ...
... of 28 survived and escaped the siege. She talked of the constant fear yet also of how life continued. She still had to attend school. Her father went out one day and never came back. She waited 13 years to find out he was buried in a mass grave on a soccer pitch. To survive with such strength, life, and sense of humour is miraculous. I am blessed to have spent four hours in her company. ...
This picture is one of the last park standing in Sarajevo which was once a city filled with lush parks. In between the constant mortar shelling and sniper fire that went on for four years, the Bosnians in Sarajevo would cut down the trees in the parks for fire wood to cook and heat with and then use the open areas for planting ...
... peacefully. Proof of the diverse population came as, within a few hours, we visited two synagogues, two mosques, an Eastern Orthodox Church (Serbian) and the Catholic Cathedral. And, for good measure, we also visited the Iran Cultural Center, where a Bosnian Muslim answered our questions and offered us tourist information for Iran.
Today there are only 750 Jews living in Sarajevo. Centuries ago, thousands of Jews migrated to ...
... 8221;, the city was constantly attacked until February 29, 1996 when the siege officially ended.
After the Bosnian War the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina was divided into several territories – Bosnia, Herzegovina and Republic of Srpska.
People in Bosnia and Herzegovina are nice and friendly even if they speak average English. They are very open minded which is probably given by the diversity of customs brought by ...