We went to see the City Hall/Library--having read the "Cellist of Sarajevo" it was a place I really wanted to see. It had been reopened and then closed with no explanation. Even with that, and even with the pouring rain and the raging river, near flood-stage, I was very moved to see the library. We even ended up being interviewed by a TV reporter doing a story on the closure of the library and how important it is to the city that the Library be open. I hope it is open again by now. It is a symbol of how Sarajevo persevered through a very difficult war--and how one musician inspired people all over the world.
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