November 1, 2014

Sarajevo City Hall

Photograph by Andrew Testa, Panos Pictures

The reemergence of Sarajevo, capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, on the world stage is perhaps best symbolized by the National Library's long-awaited reconstruction. Destroyed, along with some two million books, in 1992, the pseudo-Moorish landmark reopened as Sarajevo's City Hall (its original purpose in 1896) in May.

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