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These are all great photos, I especially love the old apartment buildings and the one of the dogs drinking in the cemetery, Beautiful. Thank you for sharing 🙂
Wow. How surreal to be moving on with life while retaining such painful reminders of the carnage.
very interesting…….the war is still very much evident.
Amazing picture, i love it =)
The last one gave me chills. Good work!
I lived in Ilidza, Sarajevo from May to October of ’09. These photos are an excellent representation of the beautiful, yet sad city. Thank you for the nostalgia!
Awesome pictures. It makes me homesick for Eastern Europe, although I never made it south of Hungary. I have a very limited understanding of the difficulties and tragedies the people of Sarajevo have experience, but I want to learn more.
Beautiful ! Captured some human element which one ( well, I ) just can’t put a finger on !
Amazing images. Political. Powerful. Cultural. Well-framed. Thank you for posting.
Thank you for sharing ,i like nice post
Beautiful photos. Makes me miss that city loads. Thanks for reminding me how beautiful it is.
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Beautiful pictures from Sarajevo.
Beautiful slice of life pix — looks like quite an eclectic city!
Beautiful collection of images
I spent time in Croatia this summer …. near Vojnic – right near the Bosnia border and Sarajavo is now near the top of my travel list – thx for the sneak peak …. so beautiful!
Beautiful city,Nice pictures.Best wishes. Jalal Michael
Nice pics! I miss that city a lot… It’s a very special place.
What beautiful photographs. I remember hearing the horrible news reports about this city, I was so frightened for it’s citizens. It is a magical looking place. Thank you for sharing.
Who might say there was a bloody war here just twenty years ago, fortunately, arising from her ashes.
Great subject diversity in this group of lovely images!
ah city I was born in 😀 beautiful photos!
Thanks for a glimpse at this city I haven’t been to since the siege.
Thanks for the beautiful photo journey!
That is really wonderful.
Thank you for introducing me to Sarajevo! What an extraordinary looking place.
Sometimes, the most destroyed cities have the hottest girls.
Beautiful place and awesome photos. The very special one that which caught my attention is that pic where it says: “I Love This City.. I Defend This City.” – cool. 😀
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I know some people who lived and worked there for a year. They did not have a bad word to say about the place or the people. They will happily talk about their life there at the drop of a hat. From the pictures it looks like the past is in the past. I hope it stays there.
I love these pics remembers me when I was in Sarajevo in 2007. I liked it a lot!
I’ve always wanted to go to Sarajevo. This is just reinforcing it even more!
very nice pictures about sarajevo, keep it up!!!
very very nice
David in Maine USA
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A fellow Word Press blogger posted these wonderful photos of Sarajevo. So many lights! Of course it is lively and vibrant — I have imagined it so. One day, perhaps I will be brave enough to visit. But for now, I study these lovely photos of a peace-time visitor with pleasure.
It’s posted now. Thanks so much, we really appreciate it!
Sarajevo, the name that I first heard during Balkans War. Nice capture…
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I love Sarajevo!!!
For the webpage of Galileu ( http://revistagalileu.globo.com/ ) , a Brazilian science and curiosities magazine, we’d more than pleased to publish an article about your post-olympic cties photo set, specially Sarajevo’s one.
For such, we’d like to know if are we allowed to run some of the photos released on your webpage, in order to properly illustrate the text. May we, please?
Thanks in advance
Nice pics! I espescially like the one with the blue tram.
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