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File:Sarajevo 19.3.1996 war.JPG


Description Overall view of downtown Grbavica, a neighbourhood in Sarajevo. These apartments and houses once occupied by Bosnia Serbs are the last group to be turned over to the Muslims as required by the recent Dayton Peace Accord which produced a cease fire and permanent borders. Location: GRBAVICA, SARAJEVO BOSNIA AND/I HERZEGOVINA (BIH) Camera Operator: LT. STACEY WYZKOWSKI Date Shot: 19 Mar 1996
Date Mar 1996

Camera location

43° 50′ 49.65″ N, 18° 23′ 3.33″ E

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