War Photo Exhibition Tour in Mostar
Why take this tour?
On November 9, 1993, one of Mostar's cultural treasures became a casualty of war. The Old Bridge in Mostar, built in 1566 during the Ottoman Empire, was destroyed by shells fired by Croatian gunners amid fierce fighting with Bosnian Muslims. After the war, the bridge was rebuilt, using many of the same limestone blocks that were salvaged from the river. The reopening of the bridge by Prince Charles in 2004 was symbolic and a sign that life was slowly returning to normal, as well as being testament to the courage and persistence of the city’s inhabitants. UNESCO added the bridge to their World Heritage list in 2005. The Bulevar street runs from the north to the south of the city. During the war it used to be the frontline between Bosnians and Croats. Today it’s the heart of the city and home of the beautiful Mostar city hall.
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Entry/Admission - War Photo Exhibition
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