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Bosnia War Destruction

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Herein are some photos of the still existent wreckage from the war in Bosnia in the 1990s. These photos were taken in Mostar, which saw heavy fighting between Serbian, Bosniak, and Croatian forces. Much of the shelling and gun fire seems to have happened in residential areas where people were living, and the evidence of this is still readily apparent today, 15 years later.

Bullet holes in a home in Mostar, Bosnia. “The war was mostly military against civilians,” I can remember a woman in Sarajevo telling me.

Bombed out and shot up building in Mostar, Bosnia.

Bosnian war destruction.

Inside of a building destroyed by war in Mostar. Graffiti artists have claimed much of this now unused wall space.

Graffiti in destroyed building in Mostar, Bosnia.

Building destroyed in the Bosnian war.

View from within the above building.

Bullet holes in the wall of a building in Mostar.

Door in front of a hole in a wall in Mostar, Bosnia.

Statement about the Bosnian war.

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