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... doors gone. Many homes were just concrete shells while others lay completely destroyed. It was really sad to see. One awesome thing I noticed was the haystacks dotting the fields. I don’t know about you, but I had never seen a real haystack before (only hay bales), so I was excited! I’m not sure if that makes me sound totally strange, but I was totally jazzed up about it. Perhaps I need to leave the city more often…
... volunteered on the front lines to try and save their city. People made all sorts of homemade weaponry, from shotguns out of water pipes, to dynamite bombs out of plastic bottles, to armour made from parts of an iron oven. They went out and fought in regular clothing, without helmets or protection. All civilians were included in the defending "army" - men, women, children, Muslims, Serbs, Jews, it didn't matter. It was strange for many people when their ...
... You could certainly see the damage.
We got to the hotel around 6.30pm and went on a walk to the Turkish quarter with the market. Which was very touristy and didn't look to be all that authentic to me. Although lots of good looking restaurants. Apparently Maria almost had her purse stolen from her bag.
Dinner was included tonight. A rosemary chicken thing, at the hotel - quite ...
... to avoid plunging, we made good time to a small border crossing a bit off the beaten track, where we were incredibly denied entry to Bosnia! We had been conscientious in acquiring a green card for Bosnia, the only place where it was required for our visit. But the enforced delays with Red meant that the precious green card had lapsed, and so we could not be admitted. We were turned away, although regretfully and apologetically by the scrupulous border guards. We felt ...
... 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 ...