Bosnia and Herzegovina is a mountainous country featuring a diverse population with Christians, Muslims and Jews all playing a key part in it’s turbulent past Its countryside is marked by deep gorges, turquoise rivers and lakes, and the Dinaric Alps’ forests and crags.
We spend much of our time during Kayitz in it’s capital city.
In Saejevo we get to see one of the most interesting cities in Europe and also one that has seen some of the greatest events of history.
We get to see the site where Franz Ferdinand was shot, starting world war one and some of the key points in the destructive wars of the 1990s. Conflicts that in many ways continue to shape our world to this day.
We also get to look at the Jewish history of this remarkable city examining a city that formed a refugee for the Jews fleeing from Spain. In addition we get to look coming from London at how a Jewish identify is formed.