Last weekend trip…

I spent my New Year Eve with my friends in Belgrade. Before we arrived in Belgrade, we stopped in Sarajevo. All this photos are made with the iPhone X.

Happy New Year 2018!!!

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Sarajevo
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Miris Dunja, Sarajevo
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Miris Dunja, Sarajevo
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Vijećnica, Sarajevo
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Sarajevo
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Sarajevo
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Beograd
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Beograd
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Beograd
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Beograd
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Beograd
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Beograd
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Kalemegdanska Terasa, Beograd
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Green Mill, Rajićeva 14, Beograd
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And this part is about me…

6: The Interview There’s still so much I need to learn, I’m still rather fresh in this field. Since I conducted a few political interviews, I thought it would be education for me to interview a few photographers. One of them was Slovenian street-photographer Tom Plevnik. I had been following him on WordPress and enjoyed […]

via The Picture That Changes Everything: the Pleasant Madness of Street-Photography part 6 — WELCOME TO THE HUMAN RACE: SCRAMBLED NOISES FROM THE VOID

Sarajevo – where West meets East

In the last years I was often in Sarajevo. Sarajevo is a miniature Istanbul. Everyone needs to see this lovely city with narrow cobblestone streets, majestic mosques, delicious food and friendly locals.

Sarajevo is famous for it’s cultural and religious diversity – Islam, Orthodox, Judaism and Catholicism had traditionally coexisted there for centuries. A little older might just associate Sarajevo with one thing – the Bosnian War. Sarajevo was under siege by Serbian forces for 1.425 days! A lot of this can still be seen around town. The red markings on the ground are known as “Sarajevo roses” and serve as a reminder of what the people of Sarajevo had to endure.

In 1984 Sarajevo was hosted the 14. Winter Olympics Games.

3 things to see in Sarajevo:

  • visit old town Baščaršija
  • visit The Gazi Husrev-bey Mosque
  • visit The Vječnica

Sarajevo is the place to go!