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In this article we will present you more than 200 pictures taken in Sarajevo before World war II. This will be the first in our series of publishing of old Sarajevo's pictures and we hope that we will succeed in our mission of collecting most of it in one place.
Convoy of 17 trucks arrived this morning in EUFOR base Butmir in Sarajevo bringing the parts for Trebevic cable railway from Swiss town of Grächen after 1.700 kilometers of travel. Those parts are a gift from Swiss town of Grächen to Sarajevo to support it in it's efforts to build again the famous cable railway on Trebevic mountain.
Photo-video club "Valter" from Sarajevo will celebrate it's second birthday on 11.11.2011. and we decided to join the party by writing a little introduction of the club and showing you some images made by the cameras of it's members.
Trebevic is a Olympic mountain at the edge of Sarajevo city center that is 1627 meter high. Because of it's proximity to the urban area of Sarajevo and impressive flora with tick evergreen woods it was a famous place for weekend family trips. Before the war it was possible to visit this mountain by using cable railway that was 1700 meter long.
Hum is a hill in Sarajevo - not so big, but everybody knows about it because of TV repeater station on it's top. It can be seen from almost everywhere in Sarajevo and despite that not much people ever decided to visit it.
Mount Igman is one of the Olimpic mountains in Sarajevo and it's a favorite place for family weekends and spending some time in the nature. At winter you can take your kids to Igman for some skying, but at summer, when days are hot, there is nothing better than visiting famous Igman mosque build at war.
This was a lonely ride on the working day when none of my friends could join me on my journey in which I tried to explore opportunities for MTB bicycle ride down the canyon of river Misoča. The ride started in Breza, a small town located about 20 kilometers north of Sarajevo.
Last year about this time, the two cyclists had accidentally met on a cycling trip through the Balkans, Bosnia and Sarajevo. They were Peter and Lenka. Both avid cyclists and lovers of life, in the few minutes they became friends who understand each other perfectly.
After a long pause, tourist information desk of Tourist Board of the Canton Sarajevo began to operate again at the International Airport Sarajevo.