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Bosnia Collection

Background imageBosnia Collection: Public Water Fountain - Bosnia - Banjaluka

Public Water Fountain - Bosnia - Banjaluka
Banjaluka, Bosnia Herzegovina - a public water fountain used for washing prior to a visit to the Mosque

Background imageBosnia Collection: Bosnia & Herzegovina - Bosanska Gradiska

Bosnia & Herzegovina - Bosanska Gradiska
Bosanska Gradiska - town on the Bosnian border with Croatia - The Sava River

Background imageBosnia Collection: Bosnia & Herzegovina - Mostar - taking coffee

Bosnia & Herzegovina - Mostar - taking coffee
Women taking coffee sat on the cobbles in Mostar, Bosnia & Herzegovina

Background imageBosnia Collection: Ottoman Empire Cartoon

Ottoman Empire Cartoon
Abdul Hamid II of Turkey is helpless as parts of the Ottoman Empire are whipped from beneath his feet by Bulgaria and Austria

Background imageBosnia Collection: Street scene in Doboj, northern Bosnia and Herzegovina

Street scene in Doboj, northern Bosnia and Herzegovina, showing a shop selling pots and pans

Background imageBosnia Collection: Bosnia and Herzegovina - Jajce

Bosnia and Herzegovina - Jajce
Family group taking tea - a charming scene from Jajce, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Background imageBosnia Collection: Fighting in Sarajevo

Fighting in Sarajevo
The Austrian occupation of Bosnia leads to fighting in the streets of Sarajevo

Background imageBosnia Collection: Jajce, Bosnia, Austro-Hungary

Jajce, Bosnia, Austro-Hungary. Date between ca. 1890 and ca. 1900

Background imageBosnia Collection: Bosnia Herzegovina - Konjic

Bosnia Herzegovina - Konjic
A bridge over the Neretva River, the Stara kamena Cuprija (Old Stone Bridge) at the town of Konjic. Rebuilt recently after destruction toward the end of WWII

Background imageBosnia Collection: Serb in Bosnia Herzegovina

Serb in Bosnia Herzegovina
Serb man in Bosnia Herzegovina in traditional ceremonial costume

Background imageBosnia Collection: Livno, Bosnia Herzegovina - Mosque

Livno, Bosnia Herzegovina - Mosque with impressive minaret

Background imageBosnia Collection: Livno, Bosnia Herzegovina

Livno, Bosnia Herzegovina

Background imageBosnia Collection: Decorative Islamic Interior - Bosnia

Decorative Islamic Interior - Bosnia
A very stylised postcard depicting a view through an Islamic-style portal past decorated curtains toward a fine balcony and screen and a riverside mosque

Background imageBosnia Collection: Bosnia / Mostar 1928

Bosnia / Mostar 1928
Mostar: the river

Background imageBosnia Collection: Austrians in Bosnia

Austrians in Bosnia
Extending the Empire southwards, Austria occupies Bosnia : Uhlans attack the insurgents near Bussovacz

Background imageBosnia Collection: Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina - A Street Fruit Seller

Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina - A Street Fruit Seller. Date: circa 1908

Background imageBosnia Collection: Emperor Franz Joseph I visits Zavidovici, Bosnia Herzegovina

Emperor Franz Joseph I visits Zavidovici, Bosnia Herzegovina
A visit by Franz Joseph I (18301916), the Emperor of Austria, King of Hungary, and monarch of other states in the Austro-Hungarian Empire, to Zavidovici in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Background imageBosnia Collection: Trebinje, Bosnia and Herzegovina - Muslim Carpet Dealership

Trebinje, Bosnia and Herzegovina - Muslim Carpet Dealership
Trebinje, Republika Srpska entity, Bosnia and Herzegovina - Muslim Carpet Dealership shop. Date: circa 1920s

Background imageBosnia Collection: A Bosnian Cafe

A Bosnian Cafe
A painting which shows a scene of a man riding a horse outside a cafe in a countryside town in Bosnia and Herzegovina, exotic trees stand to each side of the building. Date: circa 1923

Background imageBosnia Collection: European Turkey map by Th. Duvotenay

European Turkey map by Th. Duvotenay
European Turkey map by Thunot Duvotenay. Historia de Turquia by Joseph Marie Jouannin (1783-1844) and Jules Van Gaver, 1840. Date: 2018

Background imageBosnia Collection: Bosnia and Herzegovina Postcard

Bosnia and Herzegovina Postcard
The card is entitled Correspondez-Karte and the countries are identified as Dopisnica. It has light brown printing on dark buff board with a printed 2.25 Nov stamp. Date: 1879

Background imageBosnia Collection: Mil Mi-17 0828

Mil Mi-17 0828
Vzdusne sily ACR - Mil Mi-17 0828 (msn 108M28), with SFOR titles (SFOR - Stabilisation Force in Bosnia and Herzegovina) Date: circa 2000

Background imageBosnia Collection: Scrap, a Bosnian

Scrap, a Bosnian. 19th century

Background imageBosnia Collection: Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina - Trgovke St in the Bascarsija

Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina - Trgovke St in the Bascarsija. The basic elements of the Carsija are markets, mosques, shops and kiosks

Background imageBosnia Collection: Fountain outside Mosque, Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Fountain outside Mosque, Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Fountain outside the Ferhat Pasha Mosque at Banja Luka or Banjaluka - the largest city and the de facto capital of the Republika Srpska entity and the second-largest city in Bosnia

Background imageBosnia Collection: A Bosnian and a Tartar

A Bosnian and a Tartar. Date: 1821

Background imageBosnia Collection: British troops - United Nations Protection Force (UNPROFOR)

British troops - United Nations Protection Force (UNPROFOR)
One of 15 colour photographs of groups of British troops on service with United Nations Protection Force (UNPROFOR) Bosnia, and based in Vitez, Bosnia, 1994 (c). Date: circa 1994

Background imageBosnia Collection: Bogdan Zimonjic - Serbian Orthodox priest, and Voivode

Bogdan Zimonjic - Serbian Orthodox priest, and Voivode
Bogdan Zimonjic, (1813-1909) - Serbian Orthodox priest, and Voivode (military commander) in two major uprisings against the Ottoman Empire in 19th-century Herzegovina (185262 and 187578)

Background imageBosnia Collection: Nedeljko Cabrinovic, Serbian nationalist

Nedeljko Cabrinovic, Serbian nationalist
Nedeljko Cabrinovic (1895-1916), Serbian nationalist, a member of the nationalist Young Bosnia movement, who attempted to assassinate Franz Ferdinand, Archduke of Austria

Background imageBosnia Collection: Stari Most - Mostar Bridge - Mostar, Bosnia

Stari Most - Mostar Bridge - Mostar, Bosnia
Stari Most (English translation: The Old Bridge ) - a 16th century bridge in the city of Mostar, Bosnia Herzegovina, that crosses the River Neretva and connects two parts of the city

Background imageBosnia Collection: Bosnia & Herzegovina - Traditional Dress (3 of 3)

Bosnia & Herzegovina - Traditional Dress (3 of 3)
A young woman in traditional Bosnian Costume

Background imageBosnia Collection: Sarajevo in 1914

Sarajevo in 1914
Aerial view of Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia with an X marking the spot where Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife was assassinated by Serbian nationalists in June 1914

Background imageBosnia Collection: Bosnia and Herzegovina - Drvar - Timber industry

Bosnia and Herzegovina - Drvar - Timber industry
Bosnia and Herzegovina - Drvar - already well known in the Austrian-Hungarian era due to the high-quality wood coming from that area

Background imageBosnia Collection: Bosnia and Herzegovina - Carpet Weavers at work

Bosnia and Herzegovina - Carpet Weavers at work. Date: 1911

Background imageBosnia Collection: Warrior Infantry Fighting Vehicle

Warrior Infantry Fighting Vehicle (FV510).One of 63 colour photographs relating to British Forces in Bosnia, 1992-1994.Associated with United Nations Protection Force (UNPROFOR). Date: 1992

Background imageBosnia Collection: Mostar - Mostar Bridge (Stari Most) over the Neretva River

Mostar - Mostar Bridge (Stari Most) over the Neretva River
Mostar - the 16th century Ottoman Bridge (Stari Most) over the Neretva River, Bosnia and Herzegovina, designed by the architect Mimar Hayruddin. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageBosnia Collection: The City Hall, Sarajevo - Bosnia and Herzegovina

The City Hall, Sarajevo - Bosnia and Herzegovina, built in 1896. Became the National and University Library in 1949 - damaged by fire during the Siege of Sarajevo in 1992

Background imageBosnia Collection: Field Marshal General Potiorek, Austrian army officer

Field Marshal General Potiorek, Austrian army officer
Field Marshal General Oskar Potiorek (1853-1933), Austrian army officer and Commander-in-Chief. He served as the Austro-Hungarian governor of Bosnia and Herzegovina between 1911 and 1914

Background imageBosnia Collection: Bosnia Herzegovina - Trebinje

Bosnia Herzegovina - Trebinje. A group of Muslim Carpet and Textile sellers - two are seated and smoking a Hookah Pipe

Background imageBosnia Collection: Bosnia and Herzegovina - National Costume

Bosnia and Herzegovina - National Costume
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina - Woman hand spinning wool in the National Costume

Background imageBosnia Collection: A Turkish Bula Woman from Sarajevo

A Turkish Bula Woman from Sarajevo
A Turkish Bula Woman and boy from Sarajevo

Background imageBosnia Collection: Bosnian Couple in traditional costume

Bosnian Couple in traditional costume

Background imageBosnia Collection: Marketplace in Sarajevo, Bosnia

Marketplace in Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina with veiled Turkic women buying and selling clothing and textiles

Background imageBosnia Collection: Bosnia & Herzegovina - Bosanski Brod

Bosnia & Herzegovina - Bosanski Brod. Located on the right bank of the River Sava on the border with Croatia

Background imageBosnia Collection: Bosnia & Herzegovina - Mostar - Turkish Women

Bosnia & Herzegovina - Mostar - Turkish Women in street clothing with heavy veils

Background imageBosnia Collection: Bosnia & Herzegovina - Traditional Dress (2 of 3)

Bosnia & Herzegovina - Traditional Dress (2 of 3)
A young Roman Catholic girl from Bosnia & Herzegovina in traditional formal costume

Background imageBosnia Collection: British Forces in Bosnia, 1992-1994

British Forces in Bosnia, 1992-1994
One of 63 colour photographs relating to British Forces in Bosnia, 1992-1994. Date: 1994

Background imageBosnia Collection: Bosnia - Aerial photograph showing ethnic cleansing

Bosnia - Aerial photograph showing ethnic cleansing
Aerial photograph showing ethnic cleansing. One of 60 photographs of the deployment of the 1st Queen?s Dragoon Guards in Bosnia, June to December 1996



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