Cities of the Former Yugoslavia
Belgrade, Serbia; Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina; Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
The Balkans is known for its non-linear history. The architecture in the region expresses the history, from the mosques during the Ottoman Rule, Brutalism under Tito's Communist rule, and the modern buildings from the reconstruction after the Yugoslav Wars. These photographs celebrate the convergence of these architectural styles in three main cities Belgrade, Mostar, and Sarajevo.