Hamdije Kresevljakovica 42, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds


... the tour at the site of where Archbishop Franz Ferdinand was assassinated. Of course, Alex and I remembered that the assassination sparked WWI, though neither of us remembered why. And even after the tour, I still can’t reliably tell you.

Throughout the tour, our guide pointed out splashes of red resin on the pavement or sidewalks. They are called Sarajevo Roses, and they represent a spot where a mortar shell explosion killed a resident during the siege. ...

Rest Day 1

A travel blog entry by brownd5548


... on sports fields which held the 12000 Sarajevians killed in the 1992-95 conflict. Sarajevo is a city ringed by the Olympic Mountains and in the 1990's Bosnia had no army to speak of. This made it very easy for the Serbian forces to besiege the city by placing artillery and snipers on the high points surrounding Sarajevo. It was near impossible for the citizens of Sarajevo to move about their city because of fear of a sniper shot. During the 3 year war every building ...

Bosnia & Herzegovina - Sarajevo

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo


... INFO

Bosnia and Herzegovina has 4 million inhabitants and Sarajevo itself has 400,000 people. Nevertheless, last census took place before the Bosnian War in 1991 so it´s estimated that in today´s Sarajevo there are around 380,000 inhabitants.

In Bosnia and Herzegovina there are 3 different ethnic groups living next to each other (43% Bosniaks - Muslims, 33% Serbs - Orthodox Christians, 17% Croats - Roman Catholic). They use 3 very similar languages ...

In the <3 of the Balkans: Bosnia and Herzegovina

A travel blog entry by kabsa2laksa


... Latin America to Balkans and the Middle East. They had traveled around all continents (except for Oceania if I recall correctly) and sometimes for time periods over a year. On top of everything they spoke my native language so it was a great relief to meet them and share a few hours with them. Eleven hours after leaving the hostel and 3 hours after running into the Catalonian brigade we reached Sarajevo and went for dinner straight away. Before proceeding any further, ...

Sarajevo ljubavi moja

A travel blog entry by peteindira


... has rebuilt quite well and abandoned buildings are few and far between, however the surrounding hillsides have yet to recover. People used to get out of the heat of the city and drive out here to picnic and lounge in the clearings and trees, but now it's a combination of leftover trenches, abandoned structures, and land mine fields that are still live. It will be a while before life returns here again.

While the war ...


This hotel, located on Hamdije Kresevljakovica 42, Sarajevo, is near Vrbas River, Una, City Bus Sarajevo Tours, and Fortress.
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