Sarajevo, a city that defies all that taken from it

Sarajevo, a city that defies all that taken from it

On the shore of Miljacka, a city that won't lose its heart because of all the adversities that have been afflicting it for centuries has proudly defied all that has been taken from it. Sarajevo is a symbol of tolerance, coexistence, and love, as evidenced by photos that are hundreds of years old.

From the beginning of the city of Sarajevo to today, there have been various circumstances that were often merciless towards the people and the sights that make this city special. The soul of the city has disappeared because of no event.

Many have written about the beauty of Sarajevo, and its uniqueness is still admired today. Thanks to photographs taken a hundred or more years ago, we can enjoy the sights of the city, thinking about what the people of Sarajevo did back then, what kind of life they led Valuable collector of the treasures of Bosnia and Herzegovina BiH Zoran Tarade, publishes photos of Sarajevo and other BiH cities on his Facebook group, thus preserving the memory of the cultural and historical heritage.

In 1878 Sarajevo became part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and industrialization, development, adaptation to Western culture, and social changes are characteristic of that period. The three biggest changes in Sarajevo that have occurred with the arrival of Austria-Hungarian are changes in the political structure of the city, architectural style, and changes in the education system.

The excavation of Sarajevo's streets and the laying of tram rails began in the summer of 1884. On that occasion, Sarajevo was left without one of the most beautiful bridges the stone bridge over the Kosevski Potok near the Ali Pasha Mosque, but it received the title of the first city in the Balkans and Central Europe to have a tram. The first tram line in Sarajevo was 3.1 kilometers long. The first tram began operation on January 1, 1885 at 10 a.m.

Numerous photographs from Sarajevo and the whole of BiH are kept in Viennese and Hungarian archives, and everyone can enjoy looking at them and looking at parts of the city, looking for similarities with the current appearance, thanks to BiH collector Zoran.

The city of Sarajevo was on April 6th Day on April 6th.

Every April 6th, Sarajevo defies all those who worked for its destruction, who cowardly killed civilians behind snipers, defying every shell thrown, and there were tens of thousands of them. The painful memory of the siege of Sarajevo began on April 6th, 1992 when the Army of Republika Srpska VRS and Serbian military formations began.

The day of Sarajevo is celebrated on April 6th, a date that has a different significance for all citizens over the years. On this day, Sarajevo was bombed by the Wehrmacht for the first time in 1941, and Yugoslav Partisans liberated it from the fascist occupier on the same day in 1945, reports Radio Sarajevo.