Pansion Ivanka Barac-Medjugorje

put za Capljinu bb, Medjugorje, 88 266, Bosnia and Herzegovina | 2 star lodge
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Visit to Mostar

A travel blog entry by mickle777

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... pylon. A special opening has been executed in one of the pylon legs, next to the sidewalk, providing access to the inside of its cross-section, where there are rungs facilitating climbing to the top of the pylon, where another opening on its top allows replacements of ...

Resiliance

A travel blog entry by meganfisher

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... the city during the course of the war. Literally every building is full of bullet holes. When I walked around the city with one of the guys from the hostel, we went into some of the ruined buildings. It seems that homeless people still try and live in them. There are signs on a few indicating that they are not safe to enter. The rebuilding process is slow here due to a lack of money and the extent of the devastation. Despite the daily reminders of the war, the people here ...

"And this is where I got shot the 2nd time in '93"

A travel blog entry by zach.fang

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... history of the war over the four hour tour. Zika was in the war and was shot twice and was a really good tour guide. One of the best tours I've ever done and I had incredibly high expectations for this one.The Bosnian War is actually really interesting. I was too young for it (I remember Kosovo but not Bosnia) and they don't teach it in schools despite the fact it's a perfect combination of culture clash of religion, 20th century powers, etc.

After ...

Life in Herzegovina

A travel blog entry by peteindira

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... and were part of a great day out in Herzegovina. We decided to skip hiking up to Hum Mostar due to the heat, and drove up there instead for a birds eye view of the town and the surrounding valley.

One last stop was in the town itself. Mostar is full of abandoned buildings leftover from the war. There isn't enough interest in the land for many of them, and even if there was the ownership of the buildings during the Yugoslavia days was shared ...

Day trip to Mostar

A travel blog entry by katyandjames

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... and they collected up our passports but to our disappointment we didn't get a stamp.
The first main stop was in a town called Medjugorje in the middle of nowhere, that gets hundreds of thousands of visitors each year on religious pilgrimages. While the majority of Bosnia and Herzegovina is Muslim, this town is Catholic and is famous for alleged sightings of the Virgin Mary in the 80's. The random little town is full ...

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