Bosnia

Every year, on July 11th, the town of Srebrenica changes. A crowd about twice the size of the entire population of the small village counting 15,000 people, pours into Srebrenica where, in 1991, there were 30,000 inhabitants, most of whom Muslims.Photos & ...
Sarajevo

Twenty years after the end of the Bosnian War (1992-1995), Sarajevo embodies the issues faced by contemporary cities with remarkable intensity: how do we find our place in a society marked by fragmentation (into distinct districts, into ethnic, religious or ...
salt

Located in the northeastern part of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Tuzla is the “city of salt” (‘tuz’ is the Turkish word for salt) and has neolithic origin. Thanks to salt deposits can be considered one of the oldest European settlements. During ...