on Monday 11 August 2008
«There’s nothing up there at all! Not so much as one stone on top of another! When the Turks burned it to the ground 500 years ago, they left nothing standing.»
These were the words that, whilst giving a presentation about the “pyramids” of Visoko at the end of the summer of 2006, Mr. Semir Osmanagic used to describe the mediaeval town of Visoki, the royal stronghold at the heart of the mediaeval kingdom of Bosnia.
On several occasions during the last three years, in two different (...)