Bosnian Coffee - A Bosnia Lover's Blog
Bosnia Fan Blog - Created after three days in B&H
Bosnian Coffee - A Bosnia Lover's Blog
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fanidunyam:

{ Bosnia and Herzegovina }
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Bosnia and Herzegovina covers an area over 50,000 km2 which is often called as the “Heart of the South Eastern Europe”. Bosnia and Herzegovina is a natural wonderland - blessed with rugged canyons, lush forests rich in wild game /more than 2,5 million hectares of forests, crystal turbulent rivers and emerald-blue clear lakes, and a precious mixture of the cultures and traditions that have evolved from this mountainous region of the Southern Alps. by ibrahimturmis http://ift.tt/1qrA00v
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fanidunyam:

{ Bosnia and Herzegovina }
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National Geographic ranked Bosnia and Herzegovina among the 10 best adventure destinations for 2012. Among the destinations that offer excellent rafting, mountaineering, skiing and other adrenaline sport. Bosnia and Herzegovina was named as offering the best mountain biking trails and trekking routes along the ancient highland caravan roads that linked mountain towns for centuries. by ibrahimturmis http://ift.tt/1zRUph0
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fanidunyam:

{ A small village on the road to Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina }
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The boundaries which divide Life from Death are at best shadowy and vague. Who shall say where the one ends, and where the other begins? by ibrahimturmis http://ift.tt/1mqkmdD
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fanidunyam:

Turkish copper coffee maker, Turkish coffee pot, kitchen decoration http://ift.tt/WsRc8A
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fanidunyam:

Turkish coffee GRINDER cylinder.Hand mill,Salt, PEPPER, spice grinding. Rustic kitchen shelf decor, http://ift.tt/1nJLgxe
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mtezel:

It’s Coffee time 2 by aleexDeePhotography
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onetime-aroundtheworld:

Sarajevo, BiH
© D. Kuzmanović
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emina-brasco:

When I look at the pictures I took of Sarajevo, I always get deeply melancholic. To know you belong to a country but you simply cannot live there…that’s the problem with the Bosnian diaspora - we are everywhere, but not where our hearts belong to.
emina-brasco:

When I look at the pictures I took of Sarajevo, I always get deeply melancholic. To know you belong to a country but you simply cannot live there…that’s the problem with the Bosnian diaspora - we are everywhere, but not where our hearts belong to.
emina-brasco:

When I look at the pictures I took of Sarajevo, I always get deeply melancholic. To know you belong to a country but you simply cannot live there…that’s the problem with the Bosnian diaspora - we are everywhere, but not where our hearts belong to.
emina-brasco:

When I look at the pictures I took of Sarajevo, I always get deeply melancholic. To know you belong to a country but you simply cannot live there…that’s the problem with the Bosnian diaspora - we are everywhere, but not where our hearts belong to.
emina-brasco:

When I look at the pictures I took of Sarajevo, I always get deeply melancholic. To know you belong to a country but you simply cannot live there…that’s the problem with the Bosnian diaspora - we are everywhere, but not where our hearts belong to.
emina-brasco:

When I look at the pictures I took of Sarajevo, I always get deeply melancholic. To know you belong to a country but you simply cannot live there…that’s the problem with the Bosnian diaspora - we are everywhere, but not where our hearts belong to.
emina-brasco:

When I look at the pictures I took of Sarajevo, I always get deeply melancholic. To know you belong to a country but you simply cannot live there…that’s the problem with the Bosnian diaspora - we are everywhere, but not where our hearts belong to.
emina-brasco:

When I look at the pictures I took of Sarajevo, I always get deeply melancholic. To know you belong to a country but you simply cannot live there…that’s the problem with the Bosnian diaspora - we are everywhere, but not where our hearts belong to.
emina-brasco:

When I look at the pictures I took of Sarajevo, I always get deeply melancholic. To know you belong to a country but you simply cannot live there…that’s the problem with the Bosnian diaspora - we are everywhere, but not where our hearts belong to.
emina-brasco:

When I look at the pictures I took of Sarajevo, I always get deeply melancholic. To know you belong to a country but you simply cannot live there…that’s the problem with the Bosnian diaspora - we are everywhere, but not where our hearts belong to.
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westeastsouthnorth:

Stari Most, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina [23/32 World Cup Countries]
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bosnalovesturkey:

Ćevapi, Mostar, Bosna Hersek; @iboman
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"Bu ölçekte bir trajedi yaşandığı zaman kimse masum değildir. Dünyanın böyle olması ve bir Srebrenica’nın yaşanabilmesi her birimizin suçudur. Herkes daha fazlasını yapmış olması gerektiğine inanmalıdır. Ben şahsen bazı kritik zamanlarda ordunun yaptıklarından tamamen memnun değildim, bana sanki Çetnik mevzilerinin yanından ‘sessizce’ geçiyorlar gibi geliyordu. Askerler bu imkânlarla ellerinden gelen her şeyi yaptıklarına inanıyorlar. Srebrenica’da askeri ve sivil güçler arasında sürekli bir çekişme vardı. Her halükarda olay anında bir birlik yoktu. Bu kısmen, hayat şartlarının sınıra dayandığı kapalı bir şehirdeki psikolojik durumun bir sonucuydu."

-Aliya İzzetbegoviç

http://aliyaizzetbegovic.wordpress.com/2014/07/11/srebrenica-uzerine/

(via alijaizetbegovic)

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busrapirlanta:

Don’t Forget SREBRENICA!! 11.07.1995 on We Heart Ithttp://weheartit.com/entry/109131389/via/belmush
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busrapirlanta:

Genocid u srebrenicu.. Never forget, Never forgive on We Heart Ithttp://weheartit.com/entry/101275672/via/dance_aholic