Marie Claire Writes About Sarajevo: City That Found A Way To Win The Hearts of Tourists Latest news from BiH...
In the September issue of the prestigious fashion magazine Marie Claire, published in Italy, published a report about Sarajevo and its "out of the 20 years of anonymity."
Author Laila Bonazzi text begins with the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina found at least ten ways to win the hearts of tourists and visitors, among which lists museums, fashion collections, underground bunkers, food ...
"Try to find one of the oldest bakery in Sarajevo, sealed in a secret backyard near the largest mosque in Bascarsija try and sweet rolls in the shape of a crescent. Google Maps, which arrived just a few months ago, will not help you to find this place with hidden alleyways. You will hardly find anything without first hand information. therefore interaction with the local population required, "reads the text Laila Bonazzi.
Surrounding hills from which the four years aggressors held Sarajevo in the occupation, today, according to the author, have a nicer role and provide a breathtaking view of the city.
"Go up to the restaurant at Bibana on polenta with cream or with Kibet on KLEPO. Lovers of healthy food here will be happy because production is still not so massive and most healthy products to the right within the family. So the store Malka Alic, in the near the 'saddest' markets in the world, can find local cheese, honey, oil, and natural skin, "says the text.
The author mentions the association of women like Insieme Bratunac and Orchid from cattle that, thanks to his persistence and work, contribute to social development and promote eco-tourism.
Admiringly writes about director Ars Aevija Enver for which said water museum that does not exist and dreams of Sarajevo turned into Balkan Bilbao. Hadžiomerspahić in the past 20 years for the collection Ars Aevi collected works of artists such as Michelangelo Pistoletto, Luigi Pecci, Marina Abramovic, Anish Kapoor, Janis Kounellis ...
"The bar Tito, Marshal photos from the wall takes you back to another era. However, this does not sit loyalists in uniforms for students nostalgic for Yugoslavia, though in her time were not even born. Ultimately, it is a passion for old times just such as those for Vučko, mascot Olympic Winter Games in 1984. year. fifty kilometers from Sarajevo, Konjic, Tito's bunker was given new life thanks to the Biennial of Contemporary Art of D-0 ARK Underground ".
For a journalist for the magazine Marie Claire, among the ways in which Sarajevo is set aside and the Association of Fashion and costume Modiko employees. In an interview with BH designer of Gash Miladinovic, Bonazzi brings a short story about the Association and their exhibitions Hang On in London. In the report the Modiko describes as a personal act of collective resistance that wants to resist the negative atmosphere of fashion in BiH.
The role of the Sarajevo Film Film is the best time to "hunt" known.
"The bar sits Danis Tanovic, who won an Oscar for 'No Man's Land', and at the last Berlinale and Silver Bear. There are those who swear that they drank beer with Morgan Freeman, and even Bono and Brangelina did not hide his love for anonymity city permits "Bonazzi writes and transmits its statement sunaronjakinje Giulia Levi who is in Sarajevo, spent a year.
"I wish that people get the desire to visit Sarajevo and to forget the need to understand it. This city is like no other, but the right approach will help to overcome prejudices", says Levi, who was with friends made the documentary "Sarajevolution" on cultural institutions focusing on the Town Hall which was burnt down during the siege.
"Tim 'Sarajevolutiona' says that the Sarajevo modern city, not a skeleton trapped in the past. They confirm the saying that one who came to Sarajevo, he will always come back. Therefore do not miss to drink water from the fountain in front of the main mosque in Bascarsija because it guarantees you back. "
Bonazzi talked with actress Zana Marjanovic, who spoke about the stacks cabaret whose actors each week Sarajevo entertain the audience in the packed club Gogo.
"Every day we are overwhelmed by negative news. So we made a cabaret that has social engagement because we choose current topics, often controversial," said Marjanovic.