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Put za Capljinu bb, Medjugorje, 88266, Bosnia and Herzegovina | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Medjugorje

Split to Mostar and Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina

A travel blog entry by lizmcconnell


... into the water below. The 427 year old bridge was destroyed, when the Croats and Muslims turned on each other, thus dividing the city, but it was rebuilt following original techniques and opened in 2004. We continued our scenic drive following the Neretva River valley for much of the way and arrived early evening in Sarajevo. We ate dinner at the hotel, promenaded a short distance around the town, then headed for ...

Day trip to Mostar

A travel blog entry by katyandjames


... Our tour guide kept referring to the city of Mostar as a 'mini-Yugoslavia' as it predominately made up of Croats, Serbs and Muslims. She was telling us tales of unrest that still goes on today - for example, our Croat bus driver's brother was apparently 'killed by a Serb' just last year. Mostar is basically run as two separate cities, the east and west sides of the river, and there are two of everything - two ...

Not so majorgorje

A travel blog entry by hannahteebay

We didn't lounge around as much as the day before, getting up and going next door to the German couple for some Bosnian coffee which was served in a copper pourer with an ornate iron handle sticking horizontally out from the top and having an ornate clover-leaf/pretzel shaped end to hold while you tipped it. The coffee was very bitter and strong but very nice and a warm welcome to the day. After breakfast, we drove with Salko to the source of the Buna ...

Sarajevo to Mostar

A travel blog entry by peyton


... 1566 at the order of Suleiman the Magnificent (though he sounds like a famous magician, it turns out he was the top dog of the Ottoman Empire at the time). To jump ahead a bit, the Austro-Hungarians move in and march around a bit from 1878 to 1918. During WWII, Mostar is briefly part of the fascist Independent State of Croatia, before Tito and his partisans dispatch the Nazis and prepare the ground for Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia and Croatia to be ...

Tracing Mostar's Devastation and Beauty

A travel blog entry by jeffwright


... to catch a view of this small town. I also walked along the river and then back to the cemetery.

I explored the newer area of Mostar, an area devastated by war. I went to the cultural center and checked out the enormous Catholic church on the west end of town. That night I took my computer to a Bosnian restaurant and asked the waiter to bring me something that was very Bosnian, with a side of salad. He came back with bread slices and a plate that had a ...


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