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The Museum of Crimes Against Humanity and Genocide 1992 – 1995 was founded in July 2016 as an initiative to sustain the memory of all the victims of the war that lasted from 1992- 1995. The founders of the museum themselves are victims who survived...more
Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Saliha Hadzihuseinovica Muvekita 11 | First floor, Sarajevo 71000, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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This is, by all means, a necessary museum. The terrible things that happened in the past need to be remembered so it doesn't happen again. But the museum is a bit chaotic with so much information in tiny little rooms. The video part was my...More
The museum is worth a visit, if only to remind us, that even today, in Europe, we're still able to treat our neighbors in a cruel and inhumane manner. The willingness (and creativity) when it comes to inflicting pain seem to know no boundaries.
Please be prepared to read and see lots of unpleasant story of different victims of civil war. Stories and pictures were quite saddening and each room requires time to read all the stories. The organization of the museum were not adequate overall as it could...More
Visiting this museum is not an easy task. You will see some horrible things and read the most horrific stories. So be prepared! In just nine rooms you will see so much atrocities that it will probably make you wonder about humanity and human nature....More
The museum was prepared with great care. It presents a lot of detail about a sad part of history of Bosnia-Herzegovina and there are a lot of proofs regarding horrible incidents in that period. By visiting the museum, you learn much more things about Bosnian...More
This exibition of various horror stories from the devastating recent war in the region concentrates on experiences of many unfortunate peoples sufferings from Srebrenica. One of several museums worth visiting to learn of about the horrors of the Yugoslav war.