Thursday, March 31, 2005


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From a position high above the city, a Bosnian War-era Serbian sniper's bunker overlooks Mostar, the unofficial capital of Herzegovina.

When it's tread was damaged beyond repair, Serbs used this now immobile tank as a stationary peice of artillary, raining down fire on the city of Mostar, Bosnia-Herzegovina.

An all too typical building facade in Mostar, Bosnia.

One of the worst assulted cities in the Bosnian War, much of the capital city, Sarajavo still lies in ruins.

One of tens of thousands, this sign warning of a mine field was the perimeter of a jogging path; Mostar, Bosnia.


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