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... rising above the roofline. On the other side of the river is the Croat (Catholic) side, identified primarily by the tower of the Franciscan church of Sts Peter and Paul. Rick, our trusty tour guide, describes it as a “minaret on steroids” and that’s pretty accurate. I’m sure it’s no accident that it dominates the skyline and towers over the minarets on the other side. Besides these visual clues, the only other indicator is the call to prayer ...
... aid in rebuilding the cities and towns, but once this had withdrawn and the economic crisis hit, Bosnians were in a worse position than they had been since before the war. Arriving back at Sarajevo station at about a quarter to ten - it seemed much less intimidating this time around - we found ourselves once more standing and waiting for a tram to take us to Bascarija. No taxi drivers tried to scam us this time, but after we'd waited for half an hour with ...
... The interior was a large room supported by huge wooden beams, with numerous studio lights mounted to the beams. I’m assuming that live musical performances are held here on a fairly regular basis.
Lunch consisted of large plates shared among each section of the tables, with shredded cabbage (like a coleslaw) along with tomatoes and cucumbers for the first course, and then a large plate with assorted grilled meats for the main ...
... suggested we go for lunch. It was way past lunch time but we hadn't really eaten so decided to hit it up. Jason went for the cevapi again to fulfil the ever growing addiction and I got sausage. Both dishes were served with a big Bosnian style bread thing which is really yummy and toasted on the grill with all the meat and raw onions which acts as the 'salad' part of the dish. It was all very delicious and right up Jason's alley as far as the meat and bread game can get. After that ...
... 1996 the EU mandate ended, and the Bosnian government took over administration of the city. Population (1990 estimate) city, 63,427; (1991 estimate) metropolitan area,126,067.
So the Mostar we visited still showed scenes of heavy fighting. Buildings carried the results of seemingly indiscriminate ...
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