SARAJEVO NOW / The Historical Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Video: Chrystyan Romero - Jonny Wrate
Act: University of Sarajevo Faculty of Architecture (team)
Subtitles: Demian Krilic
What happens when a state of exception becomes the rule? Can architecture embody a powerful process of defiance and adaptation? Ravaged by war and siege, Sarajevo is today held hostage in a situation of ongoing political paralysis with no end in sight. Destruction and neglect have transformed the city into a new kind of urban frontier. The Historical Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina epitomizes this phenomenon.
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Ruben Alonso makes an emotional trip to the Sarajevo Tunnel. Beginning in January 1993, the Sarajevo Tunnel was dug by Bosnian volunteers working in 8-hour shifts. The Sarajevo tunnel was completed in mid-1993, which allowed food and humanitarian aid to come into the city, and people to get out. The tunnel was one of the major ways of bypassing the international arms embargo and providing the city defenders with weaponry. In effect, it is said the tunnel saved Sarajevo.
Rubén Alonso hace un emotivo viaje al túnel de Sarajevo. A principios de 1993, el túnel de Sarajevo fue excavado por los voluntarios que trabajan en Bosnia en jornadas de 8 horas. Se completó a mediados de 1993, y permitió que alimentos y ayuda humanitaria entrara en la ciudad. Además fue utilizado para que la gente pudiera escapar. Fue utilizado como una de las principales formas de eludir el embargo internacional de armas lo que permitió a los defensores de la ciudad disponer de armas. Sin duda, el túnel salvó a la ciudad de Sarajevo.
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Employees and activists of the National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Sarajevo
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Bosnia - Convoy of Bosnian Jews
A convoy of some 300 Jewish Bosnians is hoping to leave Sarajevo
this afternoon around 1300 gmt. The six buses and two trucks have
been in preparation throughout the morning at the Jewish community
centre. Jakov Dinenteld, the head of security at the community
centre, said UNPROFOR vehicles would escort the convoy to the
Sarajevo suburb of Lukavica on the Bosnian Serb side and then it
would go to Makarska near Split, Croatia.
pan from building to bus and crowds of refugees and wellwishers
gathered for farewell
man passing travellers with wheelbarrow
cu of travellers
people atop of building
cu of travellors
Jakov Dinenteld, head of staff security at the community centre
says Unprofor will escort the convoy to the Sarajevo suburb of
Lukavica on the Bosnian Serb side and then the convoy will go to
Makarska near Split, Croatia
man waving farewell
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Borders on Budgets: VUCKO, the Sarajevo Olympic Mascot (Sarajevo, BOSNIA and HERZEGOVINA)
Though much has changed in Sarajevo since the city hosted the Winter Olympics in 1984, the spirit of the Games endures.
One of the legacies still remaining is the mascot, Vucko. Likely the most adorable and best Olympic Mascots, this wolf can be found throughout the city more than three decades after his creation.
Combining sports, history and cuteness, Vucko is an attractive critter. That's why Matt has to hunt him down. A personal mission takes our host to Sarajevo's Olympic Museum and then the city's famed Bascarsija, toward shopping for authentic Olympic souvenirs, now Olympic antiques, or even stuffed animals from the Yugoslav era.
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Top Things To Do In Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
TOP THINGS TO DO IN SARAJEVO, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
Sarajevo is the capital city of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Famous for its cultural and religious diversity, Sarajevo is the place where the East and the West meet. A small yet vibrant balkanic city filled with history, gorgeous architecture and spectacular scenery. Different than all the others, every corner of this city has a story to tell, their streets and homes hosted for centuries adherents of Islam, Orthodoxy, Judaism and Catholicism. Today, the Bosnian capital is a vibrant place, full of charm and tradition and a great place to spend at least a day at. There is plenty to see and do in Sarajevo, and most of these you’re able to get to on foot, as they are conveniently located in the city center. Here is the Sarajevo travel guide with a list of things to do and see in Sarajevo.
1. Visit the City Hall ( Gradska Vijećnica ), 2. The House of spite (Inat kuca), 3. Stroll around the Old town - Baščaršija, 4. The Sebilj, 5. Kazandžiluk Street , 6. Try Bosnian food, 7. Try the Bosnian coffee, 8. Visit the attractions along the Miljacka river, 9. At Mejdan park, 10. Visit the Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque, 11. Visit the Serbian Orthodox Church, 12. Visit the Sacred Heart Cathedral, 13. Visit the Aškenazi Synagogue, 14. Shop some souvenirs , 15. Visit the Eternal Flame, 16. Visit the National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Sarajevo video datasheet. This video shows you the awesome capital of Bosnia: Sarajevo. A city with a ton of history, good food, hot girls, and a lot to do. Filmed in August 2017.
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0:28 City overview
2:17 Sarajevo Film Festival
2:39 City layout
3:03 Night venues
3:25 Cinemas Sloga
3:43 Cheers Pub
4:02 City Lounge
4:17 Silver and Smoke
4:33 Summer Lounge
4:50 Das Ist Walter
5:11 Pink Houdini
6:08 Franz Ferdinand Hostel
6:11 Outdoor drinking
7:53 Other things to see
7:58 Olympic Bobsleigh
8:24 Tunnel Museum
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Showcase: Restorating Bosnia's national museum
The National Museum of Bosnia-Herzegovina boasts one of the most impressive collections in the Balkans. But in recent years, it has fallen on some tough times. Luckily though - Italian restoration experts are helping the museum get back on its feet.
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Bosnia's 124-yr-old National Museum to close its doors
(4 Oct 2012) SHOTLIST
1. Mid shot of workers attaching sign to roof of the National Museum; reading (Bosnian/English) MUSEUM IS CLOSED
2. Various of National Museum with banner attached to roof
3. Various of protesters chained to inside of museum building, sitting on the floor
4. SOUNDBITE (Bosnian) Nihad Alickovic, Protester:
We want this museum to work. Tourists are coming into our city, they want to see our culture and history. All the institutions of culture are closed in this city. Is this a deeper game? To destroy the history of this country? They (referring to government officials) all should be ashamed because of this. At the same time, the leadership of the museum should not give up on the museum so easy. Do they think someone (referring to the government) will care because they locked it up. No one cares for sure.
5. Wide of museum officials surrounded by media
6. Mid of man holding Bosnian flag
7. Mid of Director of National Museum of Bosnia, Adnan Busuladzic, holding folder with documents
8. SOUNDBITE (Bosnian) Adnan Busuladzic, Director of National Museum of Bosnia:
You can only imagine how I feel. This institution, after 124 years of work, is being closed. This is a desperate move. We had to take it. It is not our fault that the museum is closing.
9. Various of director and workers locking up doors and putting closed sign on the door
10. Wide of National Museum with banner attached to roof; reading (Bosnian/English) MUSEUM IS CLOSED
Bosnia's 124-year-old national museum closed its doors on Thursday in Sarajevo after disputes among politicians and dwindling state funding.
The 1995 peace agreement that ended Bosnia's war failed to envisage a ministry of culture so the country's oldest and most prestigious cultural institution, whose collection includes the famed 600-year-old Jewish manuscript known as the Sarajevo Haggadah, was left without a guardian.
Director of National Museum of Bosnia, Adnan Busuladzic, said it was an upsetting chance but due to the finances of the museum that had little choice but to close the museum.
You can only imagine how I feel. This institution, after 124 years of work, is being closed. This is a desperate move, he added.
Having not received their salaries for a year, employees first gathered at the fountain in the Museum's botanical garden and threw a coin into it making a wish the institution will reopen soon.
Then they left the building and nailed wooden boards that read closed over the entrance door.
The museum and six other institutions that are the custodians of the country's national heritage, including precious medieval manuscripts, religious relicts, and natural history artefacts are victims of the 1995 peace agreement that ended Bosnia's war.
The agreement split the country along ethnic lines into two semi-autonomous parts linked by a weak central government.
It contains a constitution that has not envisaged a ministry of culture.
This left the seven cultural institutions without a guardian and without funding.
For years they were surviving on donations or often insufficient ad-hoc grants from different layers of government and hoping political leaders of the country's Serb, Croat and Bosniak peoples will agree on what to do with Bosnia's shared historical and cultural heritage, and whether to even preserve it.
But Bosnian Serbs oppose giving the central government control over the cultural sites, with their leaders often insisting that Bosnia is an artificial state that should be dissolved and that each of the country's ethnic groups has its own heritage.
Bosniaks, meanwhile, insist that safeguarding the shared history of the Bosnian people is one way to keep the country unified.
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SARAJEVO SIEGE and Photography Tour of Sarajevo No Man's Land (Budget Travel BOSNIA and HERZEGOVINA)
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A quarter-century has passed since the Sarajevo Siege and the end of the Bosnian War. Though the Bosnian capital has revived itself, remaining still are the physical and emotional scars of war.
The Historical Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina has a permanent display of artifacts collected from the city during its siege. This poignant collection showcases only some of the hardships endured by citizens during the 3.5-year war. Also in the Museum is a room highlighting the Miss Sarajevo 1993 beauty pageant.
Putting the Sarajevo Siege into perspective is resident and photographer Jim Marshall. Originally from Scotland, Jim entered Sarajevo in the last year of the war and has since remained. Join him and Matt as they stroll through Sarajevo's no-man's-land that divided warring factions 25 years ago.
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Sarajevo Drone Flight: Sarajevo, capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, is a compact city on the Miljacka River, surrounded by the Dinaric Alps. Its center has museums commemorating local history, including Sarajevo 1878–1918, which covers the 1914 assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, an event that sparked World War I. Landmarks of the old quarter, Baščaršija, include the Ottoman-era Gazi Husrev-bey Mosque. Catholicism, Orthodox Christianity, Judaism and Islam all have strong, long-standing presences in the city (earning it the nickname “Jerusalem of Europe”), and centuries-old churches, synagogues and mosques abound. In the stone-paved streets of Stari Grad (Old Town), shops and stalls selling rugs and coffee sets sit next to cafes, bars and nightclubs. There are sweeping city views from the 36th-floor observatory of Avaz Twist Tower, with its distinctive glass facade. Outside the city are the parklands of the Ilidža suburb. Nearby Jahorina and Bjelašnica resorts are major skiing destinations. [wikipedia // Google]
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Herzegovina is the southern region of Bosnia and Herzegovina. While there is no official border distinguishing it from the Bosnian geographical region
Bosnia and Herzegovina is a country on the Balkan Peninsula in southeastern Europe. Its countryside is home to medieval villages, rivers and lakes, plus the craggy Dinaric Alps. National capital Sarajevo has a well preserved old quarter, Baščaršija, with landmarks like 16th-century Gazi Husrev-bey Mosque. Ottoman-era Latin Bridge is the site of the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, which ignited World War I.
Sarajevo, capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, is a compact city on the Miljacka River, surrounded by the Dinaric Alps. Its center has museums commemorating local history, including Sarajevo 1878–1918, which covers the 1914 assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, an event that sparked World War I. Landmarks of the old quarter, Baščaršija, include the Ottoman-era Gazi Husrev-bey Mosque.