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Stunning architecture, sweeping scenery, quirky bars, hearty meat dishes and fascinating history.Set in a valley surrounded on three sides by towering walls of green, Sarajevo was indeed once the site of a near-four-year siege – the longest in the history of modern warfare – back in the mid-90s when the entire country descended into a brutal civil war.These days, however, the visible wounds have mostly healed, and the city is totally safe to visit. Built in 1992 while the city was under siege by Serbian forces, it went from a simple muddy walkway to having a small railway track for transporting goods between Sarajevo proper and the Bosniak-controlled outskirts.If you take your ritual morning drink seriously, there is no better place to be introduced to the local way of doing things than the rustic Cajdzinica Dzirlo (Kovaci 16) in the center of town.2:30 p.m. – For lunch, take a 30-minute hike (or a 10-minute taxi, if you don't like steep hills) up to Kibe Mahale (Vrbanjusa 164).
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