Today we took a guided tour of Sarajevo's Stari Grad (Old City) in the morning, and wandered the narrow streets the rest of the day.
(Click to enlarge) Minaret and mosque against a mountainside from which bombardment and sniper fire came during the siege of Sarajevo.
(Click to enlarge) Bullet casings turned into ballpoint pens - beating swords into plowshares.
(Click to enlarge) Our guide in Sarajevo's Old City.
(Click to enlarge) The Austro-Hungarian empire's influence on Sarajevo's architecture around the late 1800s-early 1900s.
(Click to enlarge) Detail inside the Ashkenazi Synagogue, the only one active in Sarajevo today. The Sephardic Synagogue is used only during the High Holy Days; the rest of the year it's a museum.
(Click to enlarge) Peaceful coexistence: a minaret seen with the Star of David through the window of the Jewish Museum (the Sephardic Synagogue).
(Click to enlarge) Smoking water pipes in a cafe in the Old City.
(Click to enlarge) Evening worshipers at prayer outside the Mosque of Ghazi Husrev-Bey.