Bosnia’s capital has changed both demographically and spiritually. Many of the writers, artists, and professors the city needs to recover are leaving or have already left, jeopardizing Sarajevo’s future by DARIA SITO SUCIC BEFORE THE WAR, BOSnia’s capital had a special, mosaic quality that was almost tangible. Because it was so multireligious and multicultural that […]

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