Every time I travel to a city I haven't been to, I like to go to the local museum, especially the national one. There is no better understanding of the local history than here...
There is a large parking lot at the entrance of the National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Free parking is available. The entrance fee is 8 marks about 40 yuan per person. The entire museum is surrounded by four buildings with a central garden. Each building has a different theme, including nature, stone monuments, and simulated scenes Yes, but if you want to see the cultural relics, it is really pitiful, and it is good to go around, but if you want to spend time and are not interested in the museum, you can ignore it...
During the Bosnia-Herzegovina War, the Bosnians dug a tunnel. At that time, the connection between the city of Sarajevo and the airport was cut by the Serbs, and military supplies and food could only pass through the tunnel. Many people also escaped from Sarajevo through it. Now the entrance and exit are converted into a tunnel museum, opening a 25-meter tunnel for visitors to experience. 1.6 meters high and 1 meter wide.
The local tour guide was very serious. He kept asking us "What else do I have to ask", so I just asked --- "Where were you during the war".
He was more serious--"I was about 5⃣️ at that time, and didn't understand anything. I only knew I had to pick up a gun and fight."
I saw a huge wound in this city.
As night fell, we touched Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, all the way to the remains of houses that have not been repaired after the war, few passers-by, and a bleak atmosphere. After entering the capital, the number of people and cars suddenly increased. The first thing I saw was the National Archives, which was renovated after the war. 300 meters ahead, you will arrive at Sarajevo Museum, where the bridgehead was the detonation point of World War I. On June 28, 1914, the National Day of Serbia, Archduke Franz Ferdinand, the heir to the throne of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, was shot and killed by the Serbian youth Principe (a Bosnian student belonging to the Serbian "mafia"). This incident caused the Austro-Hungarian Empire to declare war on Serbia in July, which became the fuse of the First World War. A very ordinary small bridge actually witnessed important historical events
The National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina is located in the central city of Sarajevo. Although the museum is not very large, its collection of cultural relics is rich, showing the history, culture and development changes of various periods. It is worth visiting.