Hotel Alem

Put mladih muslimana 16, Sarajevo, 71000, Bosnia and Herzegovina | 3 star inn
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This 3 star inn, located on Put mladih muslimana 16, Sarajevo, is near Vrbas River, Una, City Bus Sarajevo Tours, and Fortress.
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    Travel Blogs from Sarajevo

    A Corner in Sarajevo

    A travel blog entry by ejm56 on Jun 03, 2014

    5 photos

    ... but unaimed. They could have gone anywhere. what are the chances of two shots, rapidly and inexpertly fired, killing two people? One shot totally missed: he had hoped to shoot the local governor travelling with the royal couple, but hit Sophie in the stomach. The shot intended for Franz Ferdinand was a freakish bullseye, hitting him in the jugular vein. Two shots that could have gone anywhere, but killed them both. Franz Ferdinand cradled his wife, begging her not ...

    Sarajevo Scars Have Blossomed as Roses

    A travel blog entry by jackandcece on Oct 09, 2013

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... by filling the holes with red plastic resin. This public art is a statement of enduring strength and survival.

    Sarajevo is rebounding with an infusion of investment dollars, mostly from EU countries, to fund reconstruction and with tourists who are interested in learning about the rich cultural and religious diversity that makes this city fascinating. The ancient mosques and churches have or are being restored. Coppersmiths ...

    Sister City... or not

    A travel blog entry by meganfisher on Aug 23, 2013

    10 photos

    ... and were getting shot if they did, so they made the tunnel. The tunnel was mainly used by military because the airport is not located in a convenient location for people to escape from the city using it. Apparently it took 1 hour to cross the tunnel on average. It was used to move supplies and food into the city and to swap military shifts. The tunnel was used by 1000 people every day. In order to cross it, you needed to be military ...

    "Is this a street party?" "No.. it's a protest"

    A travel blog entry by zach.fang on Jul 01, 2013

    36 photos

    ... on my camera.

    The hostel I wanted required 24 hour in advance booking (they weren't sold out just didn't appear on the website) so I stayed at another place which was fine. I got in around 9 and had a couple beers with this guy from Turkey who was bicycling from Barcelona to Istanbul and a girl from Iceland. Later an American joined us who knew some people from Gilman who were younger than me. Early night for the Mostar War Tour ...

    Groundhog Day: The Serious Post

    A travel blog entry by ataritouchme on Feb 02, 2013

    14 photos

    ... of the tunnel has collapsed (and I don't blame them for not maintaining it), so the walk through it is just to give you a feel for what it was like, and that was kind of interesting. A lot of famous celebs have visited, too, and they've got their pictures up: John McCain, John Travolta, Steve Buscemi, Gillian Anderson, Daniel Craig, etc. At any rate, we got a good bit of exercise walking out there and back, as no bus gets very close.
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