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... inside to be so nice compared to the outside of the building. There are lots of war ravaged building here, showing signs of bullet holes in walls and fences etc. Would not have been a nice place to be back in the 90"s. Some buildings have been restored, but most lay uninhabited and crumbling.
Spent today exploring this lovely little town on the river. Its not that big so it didnt take long. A visit to the old town ...
... style architecture and then look right and everything looks very Hapsburg.
And of course, not everybody was happy about the Austrians being in charge. In fact, on one fateful visit to Sarajevo, some youths assassinated Archduke Franz Ferdinand. (We got to stand on the exact corner he was shot. It is commemorated with plaques and a picture display.) This, of course, angered the Austrians, and ultimately led to the whole region, all of their colonies, and ...
Austrian archduke Franz Ferdinand assassinated in Sarajevo and World War I started because of this.
Became part of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes after World War I.
During World War II, it became a part of Independent State of Croatia (World War II puppet state of Germany and Italy) under Nazism and Fascism.
Became part of Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia after being liberated during end of World War II under leadership ...
... repeated several times throughout the day. In the evening, we walked to Konoba Taurus for dinner and enjoyed local trout and later went to a cute bar on the creek close to where it joins the river called the Black Dog Pub. The next day we spent exploring the new town which has been in the process of being rebuilt since the war ended in 1994. They seem to have made lots of progress however, there are reminders of past war all over the place- ...
After leaving our cool little hotel in Croatia we were in for another driving day. Our schedule stated that we were to leave Croatia for the picturesque town of Mostar in Bosnia Herzegovina, before returning once more to Croatia and staying on the Adriatic coastal town of Zatar. We were one of the last ones to get a seat on the coach and we were stuck two seats in front of the toilet. We were instructed at the beginning of the trip that the toilet ...
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