Pansion Aldi

Address: Lacina 69a, Mostar, 88104, Bosnia and Herzegovina | Hostel
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          Travel Blogs from Mostar

          We came to see a bridge

          A travel blog entry by ljjohnson on Sep 18, 2015

          16 photos

          ... they had received 25 Euros in donations and wouldn't you know it, one of them jumped when I was in the washroom. Nanci got a great picture of it. Sigh.

          We had a lovely lunch on one of the many patios overlooking the brdige and the river. Then we headed down to the river bed to stick a toe (well fingers actually) in the water to find it was a really quite warm. With a few tourist items and some ice ...

          Stari-Most Mostar

          A travel blog entry by larissajcroom on Aug 27, 2014

          23 photos

          ... gardens we stopped to pose with Bruce Lee, whose statue was erected to symbolize solidarity in the ethnically divided city.

          We also climbed the Partisan Memorial Cemetery built in 1965 in honor of the Yugoslav Partisans killed during WW2 in Yugoslavia. The monument is now quite hidden and (purposefully?) neglected following the damage it suffered in 1992 by war.

          So many building in Mostar remain in ruins or ...

          Mostar - an unforgettable experience

          A travel blog entry by jacquelinerose on Jul 18, 2014

          1 comment, 20 photos

          ... around the city and shows them buildings, strategic observation points, and so on. We were told it was a good way to see the city, and we had noticed quite a few abandoned and dilapidated buildings on our drive in, so we decided to go for it. And this is where I started to understand the true beauty and resilience that is Mostar and its people. I should mention here that I studied Africa at school and I was 6 when the war in Yugoslavia happened, so I know all about the Rwandan ...

          Mostar, Bosnia

          A travel blog entry by joe-darlene on May 20, 2014

          33 photos

          ... br> A brief history from an on-line source (not Wikipedia):
          Mostar was founded in the 1400s and flourished during the succeeding four centuries of Ottoman rule. Along with the rest of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the city was occupied by Austria-Hungary in 1878; in 1918 Mostar was included in the newly established Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes (later ...

          A City Rebuilt

          A travel blog entry by jsarracino on Aug 16, 2013

          26 photos

          ... Hence, the name Mostar. This bridge stood intact for 427 years until it was destroyed in 1993 during the Balkan war for independence at the break up of Yugoslavia. Today, the bridge has been rebuilt to match exactly the original structure.

          We arrived in Mostar in mid-morning with the intention of spending some time there and touring the Old ...