Sarajevo Revisited

Feature

Saturday, November 12, 2005

In the mid 1990s, Sarajevo was the most cosmopolitan city in the Balkans, when it came under siege. It endured nearly four years of constant shelling and sniping. Yet amid the turmoil, Sarajevo thrived as a cultural hot spot. Today, ten years after the Dayton Accords ended the war, much of the physical damage has been repaired. But as Dave Johns found out, the city's cultural life faces a longer road to recovery.

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Dave Johns

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