I was in Sarajevo on January 18, the 18th of the Last Today series. Sarajevo, the capital of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The Chinese are familiar with her name but not with the city. In 1973, the film "Walter Defend Sarajevo" was released by the former Yugoslavia film studio, translated by Beijing film studio. The last one I talked about was the land that was under fire from 1914 until 1996 (and the interested partners can read the last one) and the place that opened the war was today I'm going to talk about - the Latin Bridge! The Latin bridge is located in the center of Sarajevo, and is a bridge built in 1799 in the mother river Miriac in Sarajevo, which is a tributary of the Bosnia River. On June 28, 1914, a young Serbian named Principe, dissatisfied with the rule of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, assassinated Archduke Franz Ferdinand of the Austro-Hungarian Empire at the northern end of the bridge, the historic Sarajevo Event. This incident also became the trigger of World War I. In the Socialist Federalist period of Yugoslavia, the so-called revolutionary spirit of the young man changed his name to Principe Bridge, and after the collapse of Yugoslavia, the historic bridge was restored. Now more than 200 years have passed, stone bridge still stands here silently witness the history and change of the city, still serve the city's people. The warm winter sun was shining on the turbulent Milliaz River, and the water was shining with gold. How hard it was for Sarajevo to be peaceful! How precious and precious peace is! And now, the people who are talking about war every day or are not always calling zhan shi status zhan zheng dealers thinking, you have not heard the story of "wolf coming" since childhood?! You should wake up, you should come here to see ...
The place where Grand Duke Ferdinand was assassinated was also the fuse of the First World War. The most unimaginable thing for you is that the cutest thing there is actually the guide card on the wall, made especially like the stills of Detective Conan.
2019. Sarajevo-Street scene, Latin bridge, Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, is full of the marks of war. On June 28, 1914, the Austro-Hungarian Crown Prince Ferdinand was assassinated north of the Latin Bridge, and World War I broke out. If you pay attention to the civil war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, you will know this picture. The Parliament building was bombarded by a plane with billowing black smoke. Although the building has been completely renewed, the old city also has tourists from all over the world, but it is still not complete. Eliminate people's memory of war.
The Latin Bridge is one of the important sights in Sarajevo. This bridge was the scene of the Sarajevo incident where the husband and wife of Grand Duke Franz Ferdinand, the successor to the Austro-Hungarian Empire, were killed by Gavrillo Principe. In 1914, on the north side of the bridge, the grand duke and his wife were assassinated, which became the fuse of the First World War. The bridge was renamed Principe Bridge, and after the disintegration of Yugoslavia, it was restored to Latin Bridge.
From Croatia to the northeast all the way into Bosnia and Herzegovina, a leisure vacation trip turned into a cultural and educational trip to experience war and history. The buildings full of bullet holes are engraved with the stories of this area in the last century. Picture 1 is the famous Latin bridge in Sarajevo, where the fuse of World War I took place. [Frowny][Frowny][Frowny]
In Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, there is a building that determines the situation of the world at that time is the Latin Bridge. The old name of the Latin Bridge is the Principe Bridge. This bridge is the scene of the Sarajevo incident where the husband and wife of Grand Duke Franz Ferdinand, the successor to the Austro-Hungarian Empire, were killed by Gavrilo Principe. The bridge used to be a wooden bridge, which was destroyed in the flood and was rebuilt in 1798. In 1914, on the north side of the bridge, the Grand Duke and his wife were assassinated, which became the fuse of the First World War. Therefore, often small events can easily trigger the butterfly effect and form a world war.