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... looked like a pirate ship yet they played late 80’s hits. We also visited a Muslim cemetery sitting atop the hill. These cemeteries are so different; often the gravestone is just a thin white marker. One unfortunate thing that happened was an ill-fated lunch, where I ordered chicken shish, expecting my chicken to be cooked. It was disgusting and inedible, but at least I was able to wrap it up and feed some stray animals!
All in all, ...
... oriental-Islamic character.
Seeking further information on Bosnia, Sarajevo and the war I visited the Muzej Sarajevo, but unfortunately the country does not have enough finances to fund cultural and historical projects, much like other countries in the region. I left in a short time, really without any further understanding.
Late afternoon I was to meet Rosie and Jaena to picnic on the Yellow Fortress, but as they had been held up I collected some food and ...
... Börek and a Bosnian coffee, which I ended up chucking all over myself when trying to pour it into the mug! After returning to the hostel to nap, we took a walk round the sights. We saw "the street corner that started the 20th century", the place where the assassination of Franz Ferdinand and his wife took place , just over 100 years ago. On my last visit to Sarajevo, the famous city hall was still under reconstruction following arson by Serbian criminals 24 year ...
... One had lived in London, and both were VW fanatics, so they were a ready made rescue service, and even knew where the Bosnian National History Museum could be found. We were intensely grateful for their help, which extracted us from something of a cul-de-sac.
The Archduke Franz Ferdinand also had a troublesome ride through the streets of Sarnajevo. It so happened that a gang of teenage assassins were lying in wait, part of the Black Hand, a terrorist group ...
... They left me parked in state in front of the hotel and went to look for a bridge that Ed had come to Sarajevo to see. It was the place where the Arch Duke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie, who we met earlier at their castle in Czech Republic, were shot in June 1914. This assassination is what caused the First World War.
They spent some time taking photos then went for a wander through the old town. They chose ...