Mostar: Beauty and War

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Yep, it’s real and not photo-shopped.

We’d met a few people on our travels who had expressed how much they loved Bosnia and Hercegovina, so I was excited to see what all the fuss was about. We spent a couple of days in Dubrovnik (will write about Croatia in another post) and then headed up to Mostar, mostly famous for its stunning bridge, Stari Most. We looked at the picture in our Lonely Planet book and thought that it must be photo shopped – it didn’t look real, but it really was. That photo is real and it does look that beautiful in reality. I was beginning to see why people loved this country so much….

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About helenanglin

I have a passion for travelling, seeing new places and meeting new people. I love writing and want to share these experiences with you.
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