My Travel Photo Diary : 2 Hours In Sarajevo!

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One of the funniest and probably the hardest things about traveling, is trying to squeeze in a lot of sights into a very short time frame. I don’t know about you guys, but this usually leaves me feeling more stressed than I should be.

This is a somewhat #throwback post as I visited this lovely city back in October while visiting Mostar and Blagaj.

However, it’s never too late to share the experience ey?

Bosnia and Herzegovina’s capital, Sarajevo, is a charming city in a valley which wears its heart on its sleeve and shows its scars on its buildings. This Balkan city is often cited as a place where east meets west.


Sarajevo is a very historically significant city, its landmarks come with a story so I recommend taking a walking tour of Sarajevo on your arrival. I unfortunately didn’t take this tour so I just walked along a very long street and took pictures of what I thought was amazing.

Here are some a lot of my photos from Sarajevo!

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 Latin bridge :

The infamous Latin Bridge. The catalyst for WWI, the northern end of this Ottoman bridge was where Gavrila Princip assassinated Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria on 28th June 1914.

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Academy Of Fine Arts :

The building was originally intended to serve as an Evangelical Church, it housed since 1981 the Academy of Fine Arts and a Exhibition Hall. An impressive Gothic Revival-style building and one of the loveliest buildings in Sarajevo. 

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Views from the river bank heading to the city center :

 

 

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Sarajevo 1878-1918 Museum

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Two hours in Sarajevo was amazing and I had a lovely experience despite being rushed. I also had a really nice pasta dish in Vapiano, one of my favorite pasta places and it was  the best so far.

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From the look of things, this city looks like it will be much nicer to visit in the summer.

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