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.

Sunday, December 02, 2007


Old library, unfortunately it hasn't been renovated yet.
Hope you all have a nice Sunday!


Blogger Kate said...

It must have been a beautiful building at one time; where is the current library housed? I find it interesting to see the modern lamp next to this once-beautiful but old building.

02 December, 2007 14:14  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow, Tuzla had really beautiful buildings. Where is this? I am planing to make a trip maybe next year and I would like to take picture in the front of this amazing building. Thanks.

02 December, 2007 18:41  
Blogger Deslilas said...

Must have been fine library. Europe could do something for it.

03 December, 2007 07:31  
Blogger Zsolt said...

they have to renovate it! a library has vital importance in a community I think!

03 December, 2007 09:37  
Anonymous Owen said...

Was this from the war? Was your library deliberately targeted like the National Library?

04 December, 2007 10:17  
Blogger Jazzy said...

thanks all for stopping by! rally appreciate it!
this is one of the rare old austro-hungarian buildings left in the city (unfortunately).
should you come visit Tuzla you can find it on the main road going trough the city, when going from west to east (hope it's clear. anyway, Tuzla is not big and it will be hard to miss it).
it's been standing like this for years now and i don't have any information if it's going to be restored. it would be great if it does.

07 December, 2007 14:58  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Shame, it looks as if it would be really attractive if it was properly repaired and redecorated.

08 December, 2007 00:15  

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