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This is something you must see if you visit Bosnia. Great and informative centre, with the perspectives of the widows, the government and the Dutch UN soldiers who were supposed to protect the enclave. It doesn't judge but shows what has happened.
Visiting Sarajevo or any other location in Bosnia, it is highly recommended to devote time to visit this site, capture with the eyes all the images documenting the crime that was there perpetrated, hear the audio witnesses (in particular the scream of the father Ramo...More
I visited the Srebrenica–Potočari Memorial and Cemetery for the Victims of the 1995 Genocide on a cold and snowy day in March. We started off by watching an extremely harrowing film about the week in July 1995 when Bosnian Serb forces, led by Ratko Mladić,...More
Must see place for the person who has intetest in history in 90s. Unforgettable experience and worthwhile one day visit from Sarajevo.
Practical info. There is only one bus service from Sarajevo to Srebrenica. Centrotrans bus departs early morning (7:10 am in March 2018) from...More
This reminder of the horror of the BiH conflict and subsequent atrocities is a poignant symbol of man gone wrong. The rows and rows of graves are made more personal when a guide pointed out an entire family lined up in their graves. I am...More
I am so glad I went to this memorial. I am 21 years old from Australia and had no idea that the Srebrenica Genocide even took place until I visit the memorial site with a tour group. The memorial site itself is heartbreaking, but the...More
Mass graves of mainly Muslim men and boys are visible in Srebrenica, during the Bosnian war. The memorial cemetery complex was setup to honor the victims of the 1995 Srebrenica genocide.
Photographer Tarik Samarah, photographer and founder of the Gallery, focussed on a black and...More
Srebrenica Genocide Memorial is a sad memory of genocide that happened here in the 1990's. It's a reminder of how humans with hate can kill their neighbors. It is also sad that every country turned their heads and all that was left were body parts...More
We have been there with a friend of us who missed his father and his uncle there. He was five years old. We entered the sexx bar where murales are preserved..
It doesn't required to be visited with a special guide, just let heart and...More