on Friday 15 August 2014
August 2014 by Paul Gee
Tenement buildings were pock marked with bullet holes and crudely repaired craters from mortar blasts, testimony to the savage war that raged here not two decades ago. Yes, there had been repairs and new buildings had gone up –all windows and glass– but Sarajevo was still recovering from the wounds of its recent past and reminders of the war were abundant.
As my taxi took me to the outskirts of the town, I could not help noticing a huge graveyard which seemed to fill (...)