I visited Sarajevo to find out how several religions can live together in a close neighbourhood. Although they can, the memories of war still live in the consciousness of people, and we never know when history will be interpreted in a bad way. It is even more pressing nowadays, when people tend to consume every piece of information they get.
‘There will be another war,’ told me Irhad, a young receptionist working in the hostel where I was staying. ‘I would be stupid if I said it won’t, he added, referring to the human nature and history that quite often repeats itself.
Sarajevo has a rich history, and unfortunately it is also the history of war. The territory of present-day Bosnia was taken by the Ottoman Empire after the defea