Sarajevo: Humanity during the Siege


Sarajevo: Humanity during the Siege


  • 1h 20min
  • 50 stories
  • 2.8km distance
  • 10 stops

Τhe Bosnian War (1992-1995) brought about the longest siege in the history of modern warfare. Yet even in the midst of chaos, people of Sarajevo had exhibited unity and benevolence repeatedly during the Siege, helping each other. The tour presents the places of tragedies and suffering but also places where human dignity championed over violence.

RePAST H2020 Project

RePAST has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme. It investigates how European societies deal with their troubled pasts today through the analysis of conflict discourses rooted in those pasts.

Inclusions and Exclusions



Mandatory items

  • Charged smartphone
  • Headphones

The location


  • Pijaca Markale
  • Ferhadija
  • Sarajevo Youth Theater

Important information

Recommended visiting hours


Additional admission

Free (courtesy of RePAST H2020 funded project)

Know before you go

  • Mobile signal may be weak at the site(s). Download your audio tour on your smartphone prior to your visit to fully enjoy it.
  • Ensure that your smartphone is fully charged and that you bring your earphones.

Contributors and Bibliography


  • Clio Muse
  • Univerza V Ljubljani (UL)

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To take this self-guided tour, you will need to download the Clio Muse Tours app on your iOS or Android device. Enjoy your tour!


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