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Museum Of Crimes Against Humanity And Genocide 1992-1995

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bako777 wrote a review Mar 2020
London, United Kingdom79 contributions55 helpful votes
It is must see and important to watch videos as they tell stories of the people. Definately recommended
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Date of experience: March 2020
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René P wrote a review Feb 2020
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This museums brings you one of the darkest moments in the history of Bosnien and Sarajevo near. You really become aware of what happend in this time.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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JOHN wrote a review Feb 2020
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A must do if you are going to join Sarajevo. Heart broken feeling and a lesson for the personal future...
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Date of experience: February 2020
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June A wrote a review Feb 2020
Surrey, United Kingdom2,037 contributions579 helpful votes
One of the main reasons for visiting Bosnia was for me to experience Srebenica, so I knew that I had to visit this exhibtion first. Located near the Cathedral in the city centre, it is a little strange to find - in what apears to be an office block. Once you find it though it is very worthwhile. No matter how many times I experience these type of exhibitions - and I am a veteran of many during my travels across Europe and the world, they always move me, and this one was no exception. Have we really learnt so little from our history and do we really have so little compassion for our fellow human beings that we would choose to act so cruelly against those we have so much in common with? Surely our humanity goes behond faith and a false sense of betrayal based on events that happened several hundred years back in our history? In the context of what is currently happening in our own country and across Europe these are interesting and pertinent questions - with the rise in nationalism that is currently sweeping the continent we must not get complacent as this could so very easily happen again. For me then was a very important introduction and preparation for a visit to the site itself, where these attrocities took place and where the hostility still lingers beneath the surface like shoots that from time to time wither in the frost waiting to burst forth in the spring. The background to this attrocity certainly has parallels with Nazi Germany, for make no mistake, this was planned for years in exactly the same way. The methods may have been different. but the result and the purpose behind it was the same - the annhilation of a particular race of people who were deemed as different to those who wished them harm. I won't say too much more, for I risk being overtly political, except to say, go and see this place for yourself and then tell me I am wrong.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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SCMan1000 wrote a review Jan 2020
Oakland, California20 contributions19 helpful votes
I usually dread visiting these museums. Many years ago, i went to a holocaust museum somewhere in Europe and saw a grown man weep. This is that type of museum. What makes a man shoot children who are walking to school? What makes a man who is not even from this country to suffer and fight for justice for those who he doesn't even know? There are right things to do in life. This museum celebrates those heroes who did the right things. Its not just about the darkness of humanity. I came with dread but i left with hope.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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