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You can not miss the eternal flame in Sarajevo, In the Autrian part of the city, this spot is most of the time surrounded by people taking selfies or group pictures. I even noticed that people are gathering around it when it's cold to warm...More
During World War II the city was captured by Germans and handed over to Croatia. 85% of the Jewish population was sent to their deaths and the city suffered bombing. The Eternal Flame memorial is a powerful tribute to all those lost their lives during...More
We walked here by using google map as I have saved the location of this place , it's a eternal flame 🔥 of remembrance of the war that happened in Bosnia .The fire will be forever lit up throughout the days , months and years
"Vjecna Vatra(Eternal Flame)" situated in front of a building that is dedicated to the military and civilians victims of Sarajevo during World war-II.The flame is very small in comparison to its importance to the history and culture of Sarajevo that it represents.This monument was first...More
Obviously has more impact of a night and is another reminder of the complex war history of Sarajevo. Many people taking their photo in from of the flame and on one evening there were dancers with fire sticks, which for me was a tad disrespectful...More
Nowadays it seems the memorial is mainly a place for tourists taking selfies. For me it is one of the most significant historical places in the city.
The text behind the flame emphasizes the unity of the partizans of the Bosnian-Herzegovinian, Croatian, Montenegrin, and Serbian...More