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Mostar is a city and municipality in southern Bosnia and Herzegovina. Inhabited by 113,169 people, it is the most important city in the Herzegovina region, its cultural capital, and the center of the Herzegovina-Neretva Canton of the Federation. Mostar is situated on the Neretva River and is the fifth-largest city in the country. Mostar was named …
So a couple of years ago I met an Aussie girl while in Russia & she said that of her travels so far (and there had been A LOT!) Bosnia was her favourite spot. I'd never really considered visiting, but was intrigued enough to put Bosnia on the list of possibilities. Well today, while driving from Sarajevo to Mostar & then on to Bastasi I realised why she was so taken by the county. The landscape ...
... are nice here and as long as you are quiet and listen and say "I'm sorry officer I will never do that again I didn't know it was wrong", they will always let you off. Good to know! Anyway, Mostar was a very peaceful and picturesque town with scars that have been healing for over a decade now and from what we saw they are well on their way to a full recovery. We just got on the bus and we're headed to Sarajevo for the day then off to Istanbul, Turkey tomorrow ...
... visited in the past, the wars were a decent amount of time ago (usually WWI or WWII). But in this country especially, every adult survived the war. It was very interesting/heartbreaking to hear our hostel owner talk about the countless ways in which his life and family was affected.
Mostar has always been known for its medieval bridge, which was also destroyed during the wars and rebuilt. It is so iconic that it made ...
... river from most parts of the town and is bookended by 2 fortified towers. Upon its completion it was the widest man made arch in the world and due to the unexplained complexities of how it was constructed it is classed among the greatest architectural works of its time. Mostar itself even means 'bridge-keeper' (mostari). I didn't realise it, but unfortunately I missed the annual bridge diving competition by a day, which would have been fantastic, but there ...