Just near our hostel. All died during the ‘siege’
Old town is really beautiful. It was very Autumish
Inappropriate photo of a teacher and a student outside a high school
One of the many buildings with holes in it.
Classic Bosnian snack called Cevapi (pronounced Ch-va-pi
Holiday Inn was the only ‘safe’ place during the seige. NATO protected it for a time and foreign journalists lived there. Just across the road most of the buildings got blown to bits.
View over Sarajevo
Old chaps watching a public chess game
A ‘Sarajevo Rose’. Morter shell hole that they fill in with red cement. These are all over the place.
Our host, Harris. He is 22 and started the Harris Youth Hostel when he was 15 out of his parents house, which was blown up during the Siege. He runs the most successful hostel in Sarajevo and supports his parents and sistser.
Entrance to the tunnel that was used during the Siege to smuggle in supplies and weapons.
Building which is above the entrance to the tunnel.
Olympic Bobsled track. 6 years before the siege Sarajevo was host to the Olympic Games. The facilities and sporting grounds are mostly destroyed but they hope to host another winter Olympics soon.
Traditional Bosnian home, in Turkish Ottoman style
Bosnian Coffee, which we fell in love with. Similar to Turkish coffee.