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Sarajevo is tucked in the peaceful Miljacka River Valley, and before the Balkan war, the city was an ethnic microcosm of Yugoslavia, where Muslims, Serbs, Croats, Turks, Jews and others had peacefully coexisted for hundreds of years. Much of the city’s heritage of six centuries was pounded into rubble by Bosnian Serb artillery during the siege of 1992 – 1995. Despite the visible scars of war Sarajevo is again bursting with energy and it is today one of the fastest changing cities in Europe.

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