City on a grain of salt. Tuzla means a place of salt and it lays on top of the salt lake. It is suspected it has been there for around 7000 years as one of the oldest places in Europe.

Monday, May 28, 2007

Nice morning for a coffee together

Early in the morning in the city centre!
Have a nice week!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Jazzy,
I am from Sarajevo. I don't have my own blog, I just enjoy in visiting yours as well as in visiting blogs of those who use to leave their comments on your photos. I cannot help saying how much disappointed I am when I saw that there were only four comments left on the photo you posted on 25 May in memory of the 71 young people whose lives were broken in the blossom of their youth and yet nobody has been punished for that crime. People will never know how much hurt these wounds and scars so deep in our hearts and souls and how much it hurts knowing that the Victim and the Crime are being equal. Will there ever be any justice in this world? Many thanks to those four blogers who expressed their sympathies! May God bless them all!

28 May, 2007 12:03  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

An interesting photo. I do this a lot. I am old and beginning to shake. So I have to delete the shaky pictures.

I have some good news:

The three baby robins are on their way to Meet the World. I miss them already. It was quite an emotional experience.
Brookville Daily Photo

28 May, 2007 13:45  
Anonymous Owen said...

Anonymous, I was wondering whether anyone had ever been identified as responsible. Galic and Dragomir Milsoevic have been or are being tried for bombarding Sarajevo. Why haven't the people responsible for the slaughter of the young people of Tuzla been brought to account? Jazzy, thank you for showing us the monument.

28 May, 2007 15:49  

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