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One of many Sarajevo Roses found throughout the city. These craters from mortar shells were filled with red resin after the war.

I trampled a few roses before learning why the streets and sidewalks of Sarajevo were covered with red splotches. During the Bosnian War, an average of 329 mortar shells rained down...

The Eternal flame in the old town area of Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, is a memorial to the military and civilian victims of World War Two

Click on title of post to view photo in large format: The Eternal flame in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, is a memorial to the military and civilian victims of World War Two. The...

Octagonal marble fountain at Gazi Husrev Beg Mosque in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina

Click on title of post to view photo in large format: Octagonal marble fountain at Gazi Husrev Beg Mosque in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina. The original fountain, built in 1530, was constructed of...

Statue of Pope John Paul II in front of Sacred Heart Cathedral in the old town area of Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina

Click on title of post to view photo in large format: Statue of Pope John Paul II stands in front of Sacred Heart Cathedral in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina. The cathedral is located...

Typical street in the old Ottoman Bazaar area of Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina. Miris Dunja became my preferred place to have coffee or tea each day, along with dessert. Bosnians take numerous breaks each day to have tiny cups of strong but delicious coffee.

Click on title of post to view photo in large format: Typical street in the old Turkish Bazaar in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina. Miris Dunja became my preferred place to have coffee or...

The spectacular Gazi Husrev Beg Mosque in the old town of Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, is most spectacular at night.

Click on title of post to view photo in large format: The spectacular Gazi Husrev Beg Mosque in the old town part of Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, is most spectacular at night. It...