Trebinje von seiner schönsten Seite

Wie ich auf meiner Reise nach Trebinje plötzlich ohne Quartier dastehe. Wie das zu meinem schönsten Erlebnis in dieser wunderschönen Stadt in der bosnischen Herzegovina führt. Und was das alles mit Thessaloniki zu tun hat.

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How Yugoslavia Was Buried Last Night. And Why It Still Lives.

In terms of sports, Yugoslavia won big last night at the World Cup match Serbia – Switzerland. In terms of culture and politics, it was buried. Strangely enough, Xherdan Shaqiri, one of last night’s undertakers could be the one to resurrect it. He may want to have a serious conversation with his mother first, though.

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No Red Bull for Me. A Belated Explanation

Some followers have asked me why I never once even mentioned the Red Bull Cliff Diving Contest in Mostar. The answer is simple: I have a problem with Red Bull in general and the brand’s owner in particular. So should any decent person.

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Memories of A Golden Moment

It was Sarajevo’s Golden Moment. The opening of the Olympic Winter Games in 1984 marked an era of prosperity and made the world take notice of this unique city so rich in culture and tolerance. Today, most sports sites are in ruins. Sarajevo photographer and artist Majda Turkić captured the melancholy of the memory of Sarajevo’s Golden Moment on Mount Trebević, site of the Olympic Bob Track, in a photo essay for Balkan Stories Blog.

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