Stari Most - replacement hanging bridge
The replacement hanging bridge over the Neretva river in 1994, just after the cease-fire. See Wiki article about the bridge: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stari_Most This image is looking from West- to East Mostar.
Cycling through Bosnia and Herzegovina - Pedal Power Touring - Bicycle Touring, Photography, & Adventures
The border crossing from Croatia into Bosnia and Herzegovina was quite easy: ride up to the border control booth on the Croatian side, pull out Passport, have Passport checked and get NO stamp. Ride 100 more feet, ride up to the BiH border control booth,
A woman from Srebrenica screams at a United Nations soldier in a refugee camp in Tuzla, Bosnia, July 17, 1995. More than 7,000 men were executed as the United Nations Safe Haven in Srebrenica was overrun by Serb forces. [3000 x 2009]
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Sarajevo: Balkans Dark History and War Private Tour
Experience the horrors of war and get a once-in-a-lifetime experience with the people who witnessed it first hand on a private 3-hour tour of Sarajevo. Learn what life was like to live in the city during the Bosnian War.
Top 10 Most Notable National Revolutions
It only takes a spark to ignite the flames of revolution. As the spirit of changes sweeps through the Middle East, we all should be reminded of the struggles against oppression that has marked the human condition throughout history. The human spirit is difficult to extinguish; a fact that is evident as the quest for justice and freedom continues to take center stage in the face of overwhelming odds. Here are 10 of the most notable (and violent) revolutions that have resonated in the minds…
Two decades of Bosnian war memories - from a photographer on the front-line
Looking from the Croatian side of the river Sava in 1992, we knew it was just a matter of time until the war would jump the river into Bosnia, just as it had,…
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The Srebrenica Massacre: Europe’s First Genocide Since World War II
Today on the 11th of July, it has been exactly 20 years since the genocide in Srebrenica took place. It’s difficult to describe the thoughts that pop into my head when thinking about all the