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SARAJEVO | Сарајево - Development News 2005-2010

by LordMarshall
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  • nova tramvajska pruga ce biti 15.5 km
    - Mimar, 8 years ago
  • I found this render on Sarajevo-x forum

    http://img83.exs.cx/img83/4343/sarajremake7xi.jpg

    Another render

    http://img124.imageshack.us/img124/9718/3yx6.jpg

    But I think it will be totally different
    - Mimar, 8 years ago
  • I found this render on Sarajevo-x forum

    http://img83.exs.cx/img83/4343/sarajremake7xi.jpg

    Another render

    http://img124.imageshack.us/img124/9718/3yx6.jpg

    But I think it will be totally different

    I do hope that it looks like the bottom picture. Either way, "Sarajevo-City" should take some photos of those 2-3 floors that are already in glass, just to giva us an idea. So SC, get that dial up running bro!! And, abthoer thing- what's this talk about a twisted Avaz tower. Didn't they plan to build it at Marin Dvor? How realistic is this project reallY? I've read in past post that they're selling their current tower to some hotel chain- Sherattin I think..

    Please reply..
    - Hepec, 7 years ago
  • I think the first render was by an amateur because it seems he took some help from unitic towers :) , I didnt pass in Marin dvor for a long time because I use trolley bus so I dont know how does the new facade look like :D
    - Mimar, 7 years ago
  • http://img463.imageshack.us/img463/835/underconstruction7kz.jpg
    Taken July 21, 2006 soon to be completed.
    http://img145.imageshack.us/img145/295/nnntl3.png
    http://img216.imageshack.us/img216/7162/3xk9.png
    http://img216.imageshack.us/img216/7541/4fl3.png
    http://img112.imageshack.us/img112/8296/2im3.png
    - SaRaJeVo-City, 7 years ago
  • http://img375.imageshack.us/img375/8260/bosmalcitycenter1uy.jpg
    Taken on July 21, 2006.
    http://img149.imageshack.us/img149/5917/6jn8.png
    http://img139.imageshack.us/img139/7787/7vj3.png
    http://img93.imageshack.us/img93/1426/5eh6.png
    http://img100.imageshack.us/img100/7134/8xr9.png
    http://img98.imageshack.us/img98/6199/11pu3.png
    - SaRaJeVo-City, 7 years ago
  • http://img463.imageshack.us/img463/6159/newproject1rl.jpg
    THe place where the new Robot will be at.
    http://img98.imageshack.us/img98/659/1qg4.png
    - SaRaJeVo-City, 6 years ago
  • http://img463.imageshack.us/img463/835/underconstruction7kz.jpg
    The olympic swimming pool taken about a week ago from the otoka mosque.
    http://img86.imageshack.us/img86/8310/9jz3.png
    - SaRaJeVo-City, 6 years ago
  • Here is the telekom....

    http://img86.imageshack.us/img86/9363/tlkcq5.png
    - SaRaJeVo-City, 6 years ago
  • I think the first render was by an amateur because it seems he took some help from unitic towers :) , I didnt pass in Marin dvor for a long time because I use trolley bus so I dont know how does the new facade look like :D

    The sides of the parliament are white and the glass is black, thats the new look......
    - SaRaJeVo-City, 6 years ago
  • The asa building
    http://img215.imageshack.us/img215/1269/asaju9.png
    http://img156.imageshack.us/img156/5116/asa1gm1.png
    - SaRaJeVo-City, 6 years ago
  • I just came back from Sarajevo. Downtown looks really nice and it seems that the whole Sarajevan economy comprises of restaurants, bars and shopping centers. They are popping up everywhere, a bit too much if you ask me. My apartment lies next to the Mercator and I've got another 5 shopping centers nearby. Uber saturation!

    Again, a lot of work is/has been done downtown and it looks much neater now.

    Owh, Bosmal looks really lost in Hrasno. I went up there for once and it looks so wrong. It is also having trouble selling all the appartments, people with that much money simply don't want to live there. I talked to some. There are new appartments popping up downtown and in the outer city that are much nicer. Bosmal looks upon a Gypsie neighbourhood! Come on...

    As for new appartments, there is a whole new neighbourhood being erected opposite of the Bare cemetery and Porodiliste (which has been reconstructed as well).

    Owh, I've got a great tip for a nice place to have a drink with an awesome view: Biban! It's a bit above Hrid, so it's a way up but well worth the drive. Not sure about the adress but if you ask someone, they'll know. The view is amazing, you can actually see the whole city all the way to Alipasino/Stup.
    - SpotlessMind, 6 years ago
  • great pics SarajevoCity dont forget to take a few of the first floors of the Ministry Tower before you leave....
    - LordMarshall, 6 years ago
  • :okay: great pics
    - Mimar, 6 years ago
  • I saw the parlament, the facade will be glass - blue (something like babyblue just a bit darker), they already finished 2 or 3 floors, it really cool i hope they will do the building next to the parlament, because if they dont it will be really ugly the parlament glass and the next building white :D (I CANT TAKE NO PICS BECAUSE I'M GOING IN CROATIA). And about the telecom, BHT TELECOM will be for about a month be sold because Telekom Srpska is selling faster than telecom, so they are afraid if telekom Srpska solds first BH Telecom and Eronet will lose billion KM. I WANT TO SAY THANK YOU REPUBLIKA SRPSKA, BECASE IF THE DIDNT DECIDED TO SELL THE TELEKOM SRPSKA, BH TELECOM WOULD NEVER BE SOLD AND THEY WILL STILL STEAL MONEY !! THX. REPUBLIKA SRPSKA FOR GETTING BIH NEARER EU!!!
    - sniPsarajevo, 6 years ago
  • so that means that BH Telecom wont be building anything for a while :(
    - LordMarshall, 6 years ago
  • so that means that BH Telecom wont be building anything for a while :(

    The Deutche Telekom is most likely buying BH telekom, as soon as they own it expect a super modern 10-14 floor heigh rise along the main road. The main road has impressed me the most, there are so many new buildings poping up along it. THere is a 4-5 floor black glass facade building just being finished I have no pictures but sure as hell will get them once all the glass is up. Snip I think u didnt look at the rendering of the parliament very closely its going to be somewhat black/grayish glass. I don't know why but for some reason imageshack is reducing my image size, I think I need a new host, since those ASA photos look so much nicer in a bigger resolution. There are 3 new buildings UC along the main road, in the alipasino area, one a shopping center and 2 offices, I said this before but to me its important since its creating a nice cluster of modern buildings along the main road which I love to brag about :), if it continues like this we will have the best main road in the balkans.

    @LM: I wanted to go to Marin Dvor 2 days ago but it was hella hot, but I will go for sure I must take some photos of the UNITICS and Parliament.
    - SaRaJeVo-City, 5 years ago
  • keep indoors dude from what i hear even the asphalt is melting
    - LordMarshall, 5 years ago
  • http://img375.imageshack.us/img375/6510/newsbanner9zu.jpg

    Za nastavak obnove Vijećnice 900.000 KM

    SARAJEVO - Denis Zvizdić, premijer Kantona Sarajevo, Semiha Borovac, gradonačelnik Sarajeva, i Mustafa Resić, načelnik općine Stari grad, potpisaće danas sporazum o udruživanju sredstava za izradu projektne dokumentacije za obnovu i rekonstrukciju zgrade sarajevske Vijećnice.

    Ovim sporazumom gradske, kantonalne i općinske vlasti udružit će 900.000 KM, s tim da grad Sarajevo učestvuje s 400.000 KM.

    Sporazum je rezultat prethodnih dogovora u vezi s pokretanjem projekta obnove zgrade Vijećnice.

    Gradonačelnik Sarajeva Semiha Borovac početkom godine najavila je otvaranje posebnog računa za prikupljanje sredstava za sanaciju, te formiranje kluba prijatelja Vijećnice, radi lobiranja kod domaćih i međunarodnih organizacija i gradova pobratima da pomognu realizaciji projekta.

    Gradska Vijećnica sagrađena je 1896. godine, a zapaljena nakon granatiranja 25. avgusta 1992. godine. U Vijećnici je bila smještena Nacionalna biblioteka BiH, a u požaru je izgorjelo više od milion knjiga. Najveći donatori za obnovu Vijećnice do sada su bile Evropska komisija i Ambasada Republike Austrije u BiH.

    "Evropska komisija do sada je uložila 2,2 miliona eura za jačanje konstrukcije, a Ambasada Austrije 1,5 miliona KM za obnovu krova. Nakon obnove u Vijećnici, osim Nacionalne biblioteke, nalaziće se i Ured gradonačelnika, a služiće i za kulturne sadržaje javnog karaktera", rekao je Munib Buljina, direktor Zavoda za kulturno i prirodno nasljeđe KS.

    Link: http://www.nezavisne.com/dnevne/drustvo/dru07242006-02.php
    - LordMarshall, 5 years ago
  • I just came back from Sarajevo. Downtown looks really nice and it seems that the whole Sarajevan economy comprises of restaurants, bars and shopping centers.

    As long as there's a demand for them, they'll keep coming. ;)
    - MIMICA, 5 years ago
  • Just signing on to tell you guys that I'm leaving for Sarajevo in an hour or two.
    - BosRoker, 5 years ago
  • Just signing on to tell you guys that I'm leaving for Sarajevo in an hour or two.

    sretan put
    - Mimar, 5 years ago
  • Just signing on to tell you guys that I'm leaving for Sarajevo in an hour or two.

    sretan put

    pamet u glavu :D
    - LordMarshall, 5 years ago
  • Just signing on to tell you guys that I'm leaving for Sarajevo in an hour or two.

    SRETAN PUT, i hope U enjoyed Ur stay in Sarajevo ! :)
    - sniPsarajevo, 5 years ago
  • sretan put

    pamet u glavu :D

    In which head? When I heard someone say "think with your biggest head", I always reply "I'll need a ruler to determine that". ;)
    - MIMICA, 5 years ago
  • Nova zgrada na otoci
    http://rapidshare.de/files/26937947/otoka.jpg.html
    - kole, 4 years ago
  • Otoka is going to look great once all these projects are finished. :yes:
    - MIMICA, 4 years ago
  • In which head? When I heard someone say "think with your biggest head", I always reply "I'll need a ruler to determine that". ;)

    :D
    - LordMarshall, 4 years ago
  • http://img375.imageshack.us/img375/6510/newsbanner9zu.jpg

    Održana 16. sjednica Gradskog vijeća Grada Sarajeva

    Gradsko vijeće Grada Sarajeva usvojilo je na današnjoj 16. sjednici Odluku o dopuni Odluke o pristupanju izradi Izmjena i dopuna Regulacionog plana Gradskog centra “Marijin Dvor”. Prema riječima pomoćnice gradonačelnice za urbano planiranje Nedrete Komarice, ovom Odlukom daju se okvirna usmjerenja za drugu fazu izrade Plana, a posebno dijela koji se odnosi na Kvadrant B, ograničen Ulicom Hiseta, Nultom transferzalom i rijekom Miljackom.


    Ovim usmjerenjima predložena je šetnica uz rijeku Miljacku kao nastavak ulice Vilsonovo šetalište, obostrano sa drvoredom lipa. Predloženo je i da se zadrži objekat koji je predviđen za kulturu, precizinije koncertna dvorana, odnosno da se u plan ugradi prvonagrađeno rješenje sa međunarodnog konkursa.
    Objekat Elektroračunskog centra (bivša studentska menza) u ulici Kotromanićeva je predviđen da se poruši. Kroz usmjerenja je sugerisano da se na njegovom mjestu napravi objekat drugačijih dimenzija, odnosno da ima horizontalne gabarite manje, čime se može omogućiti prolazak šetnice, a da se bruto građevinska površina postojećeg objekta nadoknadi dogradnjom spratova, pojasnila je Komarica. Kroz smjernice se sugeriše da se zadrže objekti koji imaju kulturno historijsku vrijednost. Maksimalna visina objekta u kvadrantu "B" ne smije preći visinu sljemena objekta bivšeg hotela "Kontinental", tj. da se zadrži postojeća vertikala od 12 spratova u sjevero-zapadnom dijelu lokaliteta”, kazala je Komarica. U usmjerenjima je istaknuto da se napravi reprezentativni pristup zgradama zajedničkih institucija, da se preispitaju prostorne mogućnosti razvoja kompleksa “Unitic”, te da se u plan ugradi urbanistički projekat Magribija, odnosno da se preispita mogućnost popločavanja trga oko Magribija džamije.

    Gradsko vijeće Grada Sarajeva usvojilo je i Nacrt Odluke o usvajanju Izmjena i dopuna Regulacionog plana „Centar Novo Sarajevo“, te Nacrt Odluke o provođenju Izmjena i dopuna tog Regulacionog plana. Javni uvid i rasprava o ovom Nacrtu trajat će 60 dana, a građani će o terminu naknadno biti obaviješteni.

    Tim dokumentom, između ostalog, planirana je izgradnja novih poslovnih objekata, te da se osigura dovoljan broj parking mjesta i za postojeće stambene objekte i za sve novoplanirane.

    Na današnjoj sjednici donesene su i odluke o pristupanju izradi regulacionih planova “Individualno stanovanje Rajlovac”, “Čobanija” i “Jagomir I”.

    Gradskog vijeće Grada Sarajeva usvojilo je i Izvještaj o aktivnostima SERDA-e u toku 2006. godine na realizaciji projekata od interesa za grad Sarajevo.

    Link: http://sarajevo.ba/ba/stream.php?sta=3&pid=436&kat=2
    - LordMarshall, 4 years ago
  • why are we building an olympic swimming pool if we never hosted the summer olympics?
    - ajdin of sarajevo, 4 years ago
  • why are we building an olympic swimming pool if we never hosted the summer olympics?

    Its an olympic pool because of its size so its not for olympic games
    - Mimar, 4 years ago
  • This photo is from flickr

    http://img128.imageshack.us/img128/1711/2fc1.jpg
    - Mimar, 4 years ago
  • hmmm seems like they are progressing nicely with this one :)

    does anyone know the finishing day for this beuty...
    - LordMarshall, 4 years ago
  • COOL!!!!!!!!!!! finally they rebuild it.. p.s. did you know greeks got the world to put together some cash and greeks are rebuilding it? any word on a date of completion by any chance?
    - ajdin of sarajevo, 4 years ago
  • http://i55.photobucket.com/albums/g146/osavic/baneri/bhnews1.jpg

    GRADSKO VIJEĆE GRADA SARAJEVA O IZMJENI REGULACIONOG PLANA GRADSKOG CENTRA “MARIJIN DVOR”

    SARAJEVO, 25. jula (FENA) – Gradsko vijeće Grada Sarajeva usvojilo je na današnjoj sjednici Odluku o dopuni Odluke o pristupanju izradi Izmjena i dopuna Regulacionog plana Gradskog centra “Marijin Dvor”.

    Kako je kazala predstavnica Službe za urbano planiranje Nedreta Komarica, ovom Odlukom daju se okvirna usmjerenja za drugu fazu izrade Plana, a posebno dijela koji se odnosi na Kvadrant B, ograničen Ulicom Hiseta, Nultom transferzalom i rijekom Miljackom.

    Ovim usmjerenjima predložen je nastavak ulice Vilsonovo šetalište, obostrano sa drvoredom lipa. Predloženo je i da se zadrži objekat koji je predviđen za kulturu, odnosno precizirano je da to bude koncertna dvorana, kazala je Komarica.

    Objekat Elektroračunskog centra (bivša studentska menza) u ulici Kotromanićeva je predviđen da se poruši. Kroz usmjerenja je sugerisano da se na njegovom mjestu napravi objekat drugačijih dimenzija, odnosno da ima horizontalne gabarite manje, čime se može omogućiti prolazak šetnice, a da se bruto građevinska površina postojećeg objekta nadoknadi dogradnjom spratova, pojasnila je Komarica.

    Kroz smjernice se sugeriše da se zadrže objekti koji imaju kulturno historijsku vrijednost.

    Za ovaj lokalitet značajno je i to da je napravljeno ograničenje spratnosti, odnosno visina novoplaniranih objekata. Objekti svojom visinom ne smiju preći visinu sljemena bivšeg objekta hotela “Kontinental”, te da se zadrži postojeća vertikala od 12 spratova u sjevero-zapadnom dijelu lokaliteta”, kazala je Komarica.

    U usmjerenjima je istaknuto da se napravi reprezentativni pristup zgradama zajedničkih institucija, da se preispitaju prostorne mogućnosti razvoja kompleksa “Unitic”, te da se u plan ugradi urbanistički projekat Magribija, odnosno da se preispita mogućnost popločavanja trga oko Magribija džamije.

    Gradsko vijeće Grada Sarajeva usvojilo je i Nacrt Odluke o usvajanju Izmjena i dopuna Regulacionog plana „Centar Novo Sarajevo“, te Nacrt Odluke o provođenju Izmjena i dopuna tog Regulacionog plana. Javna rasprava o ovom Nacrtu trajat će 60 dana.

    Tim dokumentom, između ostalog, planirana je izgradnja novih poslovnih objekata, te da se osigura dovoljan broj parking mjesta i za postojeće stambene objekte i za sve novoplanirane.

    Na današnjoj sjednici donesene su i odluke o pristupanju izradi regulacionih planova “Individualno stanovanje Rajlovac”, “Čobanija” i “Jagomir I”.

    Gradskog vijeće Grada Sarajeva usvojilo je i Izvještaj o aktivnostima SERDA-e u toku 2006. godine na realizaciji projekata od interesa za grad Sarajevo.

    Link: http://www.fena.ba/public2/Category.aspx?news_id=FSA423143

    I posted this above but this is written better then the Government version. these are some of the plans that the City Government plans to do in Marin Dvor...
    - LordMarshall, 4 years ago
  • woho go parliament tower go :D
    LM the tower wont be finished untill early 2008,so ive heared at least :)
    - mirza-sm, 4 years ago
  • great thats almost a year and a half (which is fast for our standards :D)
    - LordMarshall, 4 years ago
  • http://img375.imageshack.us/img375/8260/bosmalcitycenter1uy.jpg

    http://img213.imageshack.us/img213/1875/2si8.jpg

    Postavljanje estriha

    Postavljanje podnih obloga i termoizolacije - estriha počelo je u stanovima Bosmal City Center-a. Riječ je o završnim radovima pred polaganje finalnih podnih obloga. A finalni pod je od egzotičnog, "pyinkado" drveta, koje se zbog velike čvrstine i izdržljivosti, te otpornosti na vlagu i udare naziva još i "čelično drvo", a stiglo je iz Burme.

    Radove na postavljanju estriha izvode radnici "EURO-ASFALT"-a, koji su, zbog obima posla, angažovali kooperantske firme. Ukupna površina koju je potrebno obložiti estrihom iznosi 60.000 metara kvadratnih.

    http://img83.imageshack.us/img83/5179/3dr6.jpg

    Trenutno se estrisi postavljaju na 14. i 15. spratu BCC-ja. Iz mašine koja se naziva "puc-majstor", a nalazi se u prizemlju objekta, cijevima se na visinu od 80 metara izbacuje specijalna masa za estrihe, sastavljena od pijeska, cementa, polipropilenskih vlakana i aditiva. Ova masa se nanosi na prethodno postavljenu termičku izolaciju (stiropor), preko kojega je navučena polietilenska folija.

    http://img208.imageshack.us/img208/1055/5qw7.jpg

    "Dinamika i kvalitet radova odvijaju se po zacrtanom planu. Veliko mi je zadovoljstvo surađivati s Bosmalom. Jer, mi smo na Bosmal City Center-u postavljali i hidroizolaciju na krovovima", kaže Hamed Ramić.

    "Dnevno naši radnici završavaju 500 metara kvadratnih estriha. Mi, pratimo završetak radova na postavljanju instalacija grijanja, preko kojih se, nakon testiranja cijevi pod pritiskom, postavlja estrih", kaže Hamed Ramić, generalni direktor "EURO-ASFALTA".

    http://img353.imageshack.us/img353/261/4gy6.jpg

    bosmal.com
    - Mimar, 4 years ago
  • great thats almost a year and a half (which is fast for our standards :D)

    Man, just finishing the project alone is great for our standards. :D

    Oh, and this guy looks like he's going on a squaty potty. :D

    http://img83.imageshack.us/img83/5179/3dr6.jpg
    - MIMICA, 4 years ago
  • I checked out the parliament building today and it looks set to turn out very nicely. The color of the glass matches both the white building to the side and the scrapers across the street.
    - BosRoker, 4 years ago
  • u made it safely dude

    how was the trip..
    - LordMarshall, 4 years ago
  • so on the parliament.. is it gonna be an all glass facade or is it gonna be like the pre-war version?
    - ajdin of sarajevo, 4 years ago
  • so on the parliament.. is it gonna be an all glass facade or is it gonna be like the pre-war version?

    Apparently it's going to be a glass facade, since the way they started it's impossible to make it into the old version.
    - MIMICA, 3 years ago
  • excuse moi? for our standards? dudes,Greece is reconstructing our parliament and not B&H : )
    - mirza-sm, 3 years ago
  • excuse moi? for our standards? dudes,Greece is reconstructing our parliament and not B&H : )

    I'm just messing around dude. :)
    - MIMICA, 2 years ago
  • they are paying for it but we are still working on it :D
    - LordMarshall, a year ago
  • actually greece got one of their construction firms with the contract.. so greeks got $$ to rebuild what they [in part] helped to destroy with money that isnt theirs :bash:
    - ajdin of sarajevo, 7 months ago
  • u made it safely dude

    how was the trip..

    Yeah. You know how it is though.. tiring and boring as hell.
    - BosRoker, 6 months ago
  • actually greece got one of their construction firms with the contract.. so greeks got $$ to rebuild what they [in part] helped to destroy with money that isnt theirs :bash:

    what i mean its our dudes that are working there in the field.

    but you got a point there.
    - LordMarshall, 6 months ago
  • I keep hearing things like Sarajevo's economy is running on bars and malls, but obviously that can't be 100% true. Does anyone have any news about some sort of projects to strengthen the domestic industry, especially around Sarajevo.

    Perhaps just buying a enormous peice of land somewhere in the "suburbs" and just creating an industrial/business park.
    - MIMICA, 5 months ago
  • if you remember back a while i posted a article about the city government spending capital at enhancing industrial park infrustructure.
    - LordMarshall, in 2 months
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    Stopa pokrivenosti uvoza izvozom u Kantonu Sarajevo svega 22,56 posto

    Kanton Sarajevo u prvom polugodištu 2006. godine ostvario je spoljnotrgovinsku razmjenu od 1,60 milijardi KM, što je više za 4,68 posto u odnosu na isti period 2005.
    Kako je istaknuo danas na konferenciji za novinare u Sarajevu Esad Ibišević, direktor Centra za evropske integracije i poslove sa inozemstvom u Privrednoj komori Kantona Sarajevo, taj iznos predstavlja skoro jednu trećinu spoljnotrgovinske razmjene Federacije BiH. I dalje vodeći partneri u spoljnotrgovinskoj razmjeni Kantona Sarajevo su, kako je rekao, Hrvatska, Njemačka i Slovenija.

    Ukupan izvoz u Kantonu Sarajevo u prvom polugodištu 2006. viši za 9,17 posto i iznosi 296 miliona KM, što predstavlja 17,56 posto izvoza FBiH, odnosno 12,08 posto izvoza BiH. Po tim podacima, Kanton Sarajevo zauzima tek treću poziciju u Federaciji u odnosu na druge kantone. Ispred su ZE-DO Kanton i Hercegovačko-neretvanski kanton.

    Ukupan uvoz, kako je naglašeno, viši je za 3,72 posto i iznosi 1,312 milijardi KM, što je više od trećine uvoza Federacije BiH i četvrtine uvoza BiH. Za razliku od izvoza, Kanton Sarajevo je na vodećoj poziciji po ostvarenoj vrijednosti uvoza u odnosu na ostale kantone u Federaciji BiH.

    Ostvareni deficit iznosi 1,016 milijardi KM sa stopom rasta od 29,4 posto i čini više od polovine ukupnog deficita Federacije BiH ili 40,34 posto ostvarenog deficita BiH.

    Stopa pokrivenosti uvoza izvozom u Kantonu Sarajevo u prvom polugodištu ove godine je veoma niska i iznosi 22,56 posto, dok je u FBiH 46,24 posto, a u BiH 49,28 posto.

    Posmatrano po općinama u Kantonu Sarajevo, na prvo mjesto u ukupnoj robnoj razmjeni dolazi Općina Novo Sarajevo, a zatim Vogošća i Ilidža.

    Prema Ibiševićevim riječima, među najvećim uvoznicima u Kantonu Sarajevo su: Volkswagen, Energoinvest, HoldINA, Orbico, BH Telecom i Energopetrol, a izvoznicima Volkswagen, Elektroprivreda BiH, Bosnalijek, Standrd, Energoinvest i Klas.

    FENA
    28/07/2006

    http://sarajevo-x.com/clanak/060728021
    - Mimar, in 3 months
  • well thats not good :(
    - LordMarshall, in 3 months
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    Saradnja Japana i grada Sarajeva

    Gradonačelnica Sarajeva Semiha Borovac primila je u Gradskoj upravi otpravnika poslova Ambasade Japana u BiH g.Futao Motaia sa kojim je razgovarala o dosadašnjoj pomoći njegove zemlje Sarajevu, te o budućoj zajedničkoj saradnji na projektima od značaja za grad Sarajevo.


    "Vaša zemlja mnogo je pomogla BiH i Sarajevu na čemu smo vam neizmjerno zahvalni. Posebno je važna pomoć Japana u modernizaciji javnog gradskog prijevoza čiji autobusi i dalje u odličnom stanju prevoze građane Sarajeva. Također smo zahvalni na donacijama sadnica japanskih trešanja koje su hortikulturno obogatile naš grad.", istakla je gradonačelnica Borovac i dodala "kako je vrijeme donacija prošlo, te da je došlo vrijeme da zajednički radimo na određenim projektima."
    Gospodin Motai je istakao kako je Japan u proteklih 10 godina imao privilegiju pomoći našoj zemlji, te da je došlo vrijeme da se ona okrene svojoj budućnosti, a podrška Japana u tome i dalje će biti neizostavna. "Japancima se vaša zemlja i vaš grad mnogo dopadaju. Stoga želimo sa vama surađivati budući da imate velike turističke potencijale.", istakao je Motai.
    On je gradonačelnici uručio tester za mjerenje kiselosti zemlje u kojoj su zasađene japanske trešnje, te predložio ideju da se ovaj projekat ubuduće realizira na način da se ljudi okupljaju ispod japanskih trešanja u vrijeme kada one cvjetaju. Kao što se to radi i u Washinton D.C.-u mogao bi se odrediti jedan dan u godini kada bi se organizirao festival japanskih trešanja u okviru kojeg bi se mogli dogovarati i realizirati i drugi projekti od značaja za Sarajevo.

    Tokom susreta u Gradskoj upravi gradonačelnica Borovac i gospodin Motai razgovarali su i o podršci Japana projektu kandidiranja Baščaršije na UNESCO-ovu listu svjetske kulturne baštine. Na tehničku pomoć u pripremi aplikacije možete računati, rekao je Motai, kao i na moguće lobiranje budući da je generalni direktor u UNESCO-u Japanac. Također je razgovarano o mogućnosti učešća Japana u obnovi trebevićke žičare koja predstavlja integrativan projekat sa razvojnim šansama za grad Sarajevo.

    Link: http://www.sarajevo.ba/ba/stream.php?sta=3&pid=441&kat=2
    - LordMarshall, in 4 months
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    Delegacija Grada Sarajeva u prvoj zvaničnoj posjeti Gradu Podgorici

    Delegacija Grada Sarajeva koju predvode gradonačelnica Semiha Borovac i predsjedavajući Gradskog vijeća Marin Ivanišević nalazi se u prvoj zvaničnoj posjeti Gradu Podgorici. Delegacija je u popodnevnim satima doputovala u Podgoricu gdje ih je dočekao domaćin Miomir Mugoša, gradonačelnik Podgorice sa saradnicima. Po dolasku gradonačelnici Sarajeva i Podgorice dali su izjave za novinare.


    Čestitajući nezavisnost države Crne Gore, Semiha Borovac, gradonačelnica Sarajeva kazala je kako ova posjeta predstavlja početak saradnje dva glavna grada, koja će svakako produbiti i saradnju između građana i samih država.
    "Sarajevo i Podgorica imaju toliko toga zajedničkog, prije svega na multinacionalnom i multikulturalnom planu. U obavljenim razgovorima vidi se da bolju saradnju možemo uspostaviti u domenu privrede, kulture i sporta.
    U toku dana razgovarat ćemo i o modelima organizacije glavnih gradova, u pripremi Konferencije Unije glavnih gradova Centralne i Jugoistične Evrope koja će se održati u Sarajevu u periodu od petog do sedmog oktobra, kazala je Borovac.

    Naglašavajući da je ovo prva posjeta delegacije iz Sarajeva Mugoša je kazao da se sadržaj razgovora dvaju delegacija ticao modela funkcionisanja glavnih gradova, koji se manje više ne razlikuju.
    "Smatramao da organizatori neke bolje komunikacije, informisanosti i saradnje između naroda pripada glavnim gradovima i gradskim upravama. U razgovoru sa gostima uvideli smo mogućnost unapređenja univerzitetske saradnje, koja već postoji i brojnih sličnih tema između ova dva grada. Crna Gora i njen glavni grad mogu biti ponosni na jedan nefingirani pravi suživot više nacija, kultura, konfesija. Pored saradnje gradskih administracije potrebno je i kvalitetnije razmenjivati informacije.", kazao je Mugoša.

    On je također kazao da su goste upoznali sa Zakonom o glavnom gradu, novim Statutom, sa organizacijom novih gradskih općina, sa izgradnjom nove infrastrukture, sa transformacijom, kao i sa predstojećim novim izbornim ciklusom.

    Tokom dana organizovani su radno-ekspertski stolovi na kojima su se razmjenjivala iskustva iz domena razvoja lokalne samouprave, odnosa sa građanima, sardnje sa NVO sektorom i međunarodne saradnje .

    Link: http://www.sarajevo.ba/ba/stream.php?sta=3&pid=443&kat=2
    - LordMarshall, in 4 months
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    Od 1. do 6. augusta minibuski terminal Baščaršija bit će izmješten na Kovače

    Preduzeće Gras obavještava korisnike javnog gradskog prevoza da zbog održavanja prvenstva u sprint tiatlonu, a u skladu sa Rješenjem Ministarstva prometa i komunikacija Kantona Sarajevo, u nedjelju, 30. jula, u periodu od 17.00 do 18.00 sati neće biti u funkciji autobuske linije: Ilidža - Hrasnica, Ilidža - Sokolovići i Ilidža - Kovači.
    Također, u skladu sa Rješenjem Ministarstva prometa i komunikacija KS, zbog izvođenja radova na kanalizacionoj i vodovodnoj mreži u ulicama Sagrdžije i Safvet -bega Bašagića od 1. do 6. avgusta 2006. godine minibuski terminal Baščaršija će biti izmješten na terminal Kovači, a minibuska linija Baščaršija - Mihrivode saobraćat će na na relaciji Kovači - Vranica.

    Link: http://www.sarajevo-x.com/clanak/060728032
    - LordMarshall, in 5 months
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    Saradnja Japana i grada Sarajeva



    Link: http://www.sarajevo.ba/ba/stream.php?sta=3&pid=441&kat=2

    I'm all for Japan helping Sarajevo build what ever they want, The Japanese never disapoint or fail easily.

    I personally think BiH should stick to Japan very strongly, they could learn a lot.
    - Krasna Sreča, in 7 months
  • we only need to show the Japanese that we are a good place to invest.
    - LordMarshall, in a year
  • ^^ If you do that they will deff invest. And with a market of 4-5 million people it wont take long to boost the country and start producing cash with ease.
    - Krasna Sreča, in a year
  • you guys do realize that when countries invest then like 80% of the money that comes out of the investment goes back to the investing nation anyway so in a way were loosing money.. and sometimes theyll even bring in their own workers, so in a way the only thing we have to gain is our ability to tax them some 15-20% while they take 80%+ back home with them = we lose currency

    p.s.
    the japs did give sarajevo those nice little yellow buses :carrot:
    - ajdin of sarajevo, in a year
  • Malaysia started like that

    and look where it is now
    - LordMarshall, in 2 years
  • you guys do realize that when countries invest then like 80% of the money that comes out of the investment goes back to the investing nation anyway so in a way were loosing money.. and sometimes theyll even bring in their own workers, so in a way the only thing we have to gain is our ability to tax them some 15-20% while they take 80%+ back home with them = we lose currency

    p.s.
    the japs did give sarajevo those nice little yellow buses :carrot:


    Sorry but that is incorrect. When a country invests within another country it creates jobs for people and pays them money, we do not lose anything from this since what ever they make and produce in our country is shipped out or sold to us and we are getting paid for it. Yes half of the money the company makes goes back to the founding country or present HQ but we don't lose out on anything, its a profit they make from production. They generate money which they pay to people.

    If it was the way you are saying then no country would let another countries company invest in theirs. Investments are created to benefit countries not to take money away from them. Of course yes if you import many more products than you export that is a loss, but if a foreign company is producing these items and exporting them as well as selling g them to the local market then the company is making money for the country and for its self. Plus a company doesn't try to earn money for its country, it earns money for its self.
    - Krasna Sreča, in 2 years
  • ajdin of sarajevo,

    if what you say is correct then USA would be one of the poorest countires in the world (bacuase it allows foreign investment) and north korea would be one of the richest (no investment allowed).

    arêteixion's, theory is spot on, and i have only offered a practical example.

    foreign investment is one of the best ways to make a country wealthy. one other way is to use domestic money and talent...... therefore, you can see how important foriegn investment is for bosnia.

    an analogy i like to draw is one of prostitute and a rich businessman. you might get shafted for an hour but the money you make willl keep you fed for a few days. if you are smart, you might learn form him better ways to make money. but, even if you are rich, you can still prostitute yourself. its quick & easy money.

    with this analogy, by night.... USA is a high class hooker, charging $1000 an hour. during the day she is a stockbroker.

    bosnia is a 5 dollar, saigon street hooker. but from a good family, with a cute face and lots of ambition.
    - sale, in 3 years
  • the problem is that bosnia doesn't have enough capitalist minded people, and none that are willing to take a risk and make some money. people see an easy way out by selling books and little gagets along the street, but thats not going to get them anywhere. rather, they should get a loan and invest in a business that looks promising.

    one of my father's friends invested a lot of money (most of which he doesn't have) into the energy industry. he's already made a lot of money from his shares and he's living very comfortably at the moment.

    sure, it's risky, but it's better to see what's out there rather than just giving up and living with a depressing job.
    - MIMICA, in 3 years
  • not when the investor IS A COUNTRY.. and you say they pay workers, well yes... but those workers at times arent even of bosnia.. some companies have the tendency of bringing in their own workforce and paying their own nationals to i.e. exploit our mineral resources

    and sale.. your mental capacity is very much limited :bash:
    the united states does have alot of investors
    but for every investor the US has on its soil..
    the US invests 10X over on another persons soil

    as far as i can see.. bosnia has investors
    but VERY VERY little investing herself
    and comparing investments to USA/NK
    is about the most unrational thought to date

    what i meant by my orginal post was...
    YES we need investors
    but there is ALOT more money to be made
    if we i.e. dig our own coal mines
    b/c if we dig our own mineral resources
    ALL THE MONEY stays with us
    jobs are created
    we learn more b/c we are handling the project

    if FOREIGNERS take our i.e. silver mines (srebrenica)..
    most of the foreign currency exchange rate is negative
    thus.. as the US, bosnia (although not very possible)..
    should also invest in others foremost in itself..
    b/c we can reap 5-10X the benefits if we
    do the same job ourself

    THAT IS ALL. :eek2:
    - ajdin of sarajevo, in 3 years
  • by: ajdin of sarajevo
    and sale.. your mental capacity is very much limited

    oh is it? well i just happen to be a foreign investor in bosnia. what do you do?

    USA/north korea are extreme examples, but there arent many, most people that didnt allow foreignes to invest have had their attitudes changed by hunger and bread qeues.

    but yes... ideally, it would be better if bosnians had thier own mines. problem is, those mines are inefficent on a world scale and thus you are unable to sell the silver competitvively.

    if bosnians had the knowledge to make an efficient mine they could easily get financing. and no mine would ever be sold to foreigners. you cant learn to make an efficient mine by reading a book. you need to work in management for 20 years. event then you need to follow world prices and trends. and have global connections.

    foreign investment will be good for bosnians to learn better business practices, and acquire skills. and get new ideas. an economy cant survive on coffee shops. once you have skills getting money is a lot easier.

    skills are as important as money to invest.

    example, bosnia has a huge unemployment rate and i am struggling to find a young person who is fluent in english, responsible, computer literate & can use graphic design software. most people like that probably have a job already.

    if i dont find someone in a few months i will have to get someone in croatia to do it. but i'd rather not... they are much more expensive.

    by the way of anyone here knows someone in bosnia with those attributes please pm me.
    - sale, in 3 years
  • if we do get foreign investment IMO it will be in the manufacturing sector. heavy industry in Bosnia isn’t that big of an interest for foreigners these days. Maybe the Chinese would see the interest in it (due to their massive need for resources) the investment that i was talking about and which Bosnia can absorb due to her educated labor is technological manufacturing.
    - LordMarshall, in 3 years
  • ^^ BiH better decide what its national parks are going to be, because if China gets in there is no saving anything. They shouldn't sell materials cheap either, thats no profit.
    - Krasna Sreča, in 3 years
  • *on national parks

    yeah, if you read those richard bangs adventures in the past couple days its really a sad story..

    you just CANT get people to give up food on the table in exchange for pretty landscape.. its absurd

    something better happen quick because i dont wanna feel like im in an industrialized nation when i go to bosnia.. i wanna drink from the una without worrying of toxins and filth, wanna go camping in mt bijelasnica while the trees are still there.

    lets face it guys..
    bosnia is catching up to USA when it comes to quality of life
    .. and let me tell ya, thats not a good thing. :bash:
    - ajdin of sarajevo, in 3 years
  • i think the enviroment is in a far better shape now then prewar one

    the communists had sacrificed our nature for industrilization, the war stopped the industries and many of them were destroyed.

    now that our economy is getting better we are about to sacrifice our enviroment again...
    - LordMarshall, in 3 years
  • if we do get foreign investment IMO it will be in the manufacturing sector. heavy industry in Bosnia isn’t that big of an interest for foreigners these days. Maybe the Chinese would see the interest in it (due to their massive need for resources) the investment that i was talking about and which Bosnia can absorb due to her educated labor is technological manufacturing.

    technological manufacturing? have any of these industries even started yet?
    - MIMICA, in 3 years
  • no its something we should be trying to promote

    here is FDI info for 2006 by sector

    http://www.fipa.gov.ba/investment/2006/image004.gif

    so looks like manufacturing is on the rise.

    http://www.fipa.gov.ba/index2.htm
    - LordMarshall, in 4 years
  • I have some great news for you guys, its a article from Avaz which I posted under this, also there are talks going around sarajevo that a new buildings is planned to be constructed in Otoka, its going to be avazes building size, (the new avaz that is). Sarajevo could be the center of construction next summer, if all these projects start its gonna be great. These new planned buildings that u can read about below, then GMC, UNITIC 3, New Triland Project, New Robot Mall, Maybe avazes new tower, BBI its gonna be crazy.

    The otoka Shopping Center is finished they are now fixing the surrounding area, making the sidewalks better and making fountains with flowers around it and stuff, it turned out better then I expected its gonna add a much nicer image to Otoka then before, since before it was a market full of damn gypsies now its a modern shopping center.

    The other day I walked by the BBI land and they had some construction vehicles and ppl where in them moving stuff around, maybe they are getting ready for construction....

    GRAS is buying new busses, even tho the present ones are very good its better to have more modern busses I guess. Even tho it would of been better if they brought Trams. There are a few weird looking trams running thro sarajevo, they are quite cool, and pretty big in size. You can see the new trams more often then before now, I see 4-5 every day, which is good hopefully one day only new trams will run. I wish SArajevos trams had a official color like zagrebs trams, our trams are used for advertisement and big companies color them into interesting colors and add their logos and stuff, its not bad but it would be better if we had a official color for our trams like very other city.
    - SaRaJeVo-City, in 4 years
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    Novi Objekti do 18 spratova Visine

    -Gradit ce se na skoro 100 hektara povrsine
    -Ambasada Velike Britanije u bilizini hotela ˝Bristol˝

    U centru Novog Sarajeva, koji je omeden Sjevernom longitudinalnom, desnom obalom rijeke miljacke te ulicom Hamdije Cemerlica i Perom transferzalom, prema izgladanom nacrtu Odluke o usvajanju izmjena i dopuna Regulacionog plana iz 2000 godine, bit ce gradeni novi objketi na skoro 100 hektara povrsine - kaze Nedreta Komarica, pomocnice za urbano planiranje grada. Plan se, izmedu ostalog, donosi na izgradnju poslovnog centra u krugu fabrike ˝Vaso Miskin Crni˝ . Postojeci objekti se zadrzavaju uz moguce dorade. Njihova velicina je prilogodena prostorom planu, ali i zahtjevima vlasnika. Visina iznad zemlje mora biti izmedu sest i 18 spratova, ali na pjedinim dijelovima objekta. Ostavljeno je i dovoljno prostora za zelenu povrsinu uz Kolovorsku ulicu objesanjava Komaerica. Izmedu zgrade ˝Elektroprivrede˝ i hotela ˝Bristol˝ predvidena je gradnja dva poslovna objekta visine do sest spratova. U njihovoj neposrednjoj blizini gradit ce se zgrada Ambasade Velike Britanije. Na potezu izmedu zgrade Prcine i ˝Elektroprivrede˝ bit ce sagraden i vjerski objekat te ˝Robotova˝ poslovnica. Novi poslovni objekat gradit ce se na mjestu nekadasnjeg kina ˝Arena˝ te ce, uz njega, biti napravljen parking - istice nasa sagovornica. Uz Petu transferzalnu i juznu granicu kompleksa ˝Klas, planirana je lokacija za viseetaznu garazu s 900 parking-mjesta.

    Pjesacka Zona u Envera Sehovica
    Prema predlozenom sabracajnom rjesenju, bit ce napravljena sporedna ulica koja pvezuje postojece parkinge izmedu ulica Envera Sehovic i Zmaja od Bosne. To ce omoguciti formiranje pjesacke zone u ulici Envera Sehovica. Bit ce izgraden i trg koji ce, s novim mobilijarom, ljetnim bastama i poplocavanjem, stvoriti srce centra Novog Sarajeva.
    - SaRaJeVo-City, in 4 years
  • ^^ :shocked: great news
    - Mimar, in 4 years
  • Can anyone tell me anything new about the grand media complex!?
    It's my favorite project, it's so beautiful! :)
    - ZLK, in 5 years
  • Can anyone tell me anything new about the grand media complex!?
    It's my favorite project, it's so beautiful! :)
    Info (http://skyscrapercity.com/showpost.php?p=7484404&postcount=14) And some Videos (http://www.x42.at/gmc-sarajevo.html)
    - Mimar, in 5 years
  • I've seen both the info and the videos, but was wondering if there was anything new info about it?
    Has construction begun!?! By the way I was in sarajevo a week ago and it's sooo beautiful :) The only thing I wish is that they could make a new facade at the old apartments. They have loads of 'scars' from bombs and shots etc. :(
    - ZLK, in 5 years
  • great news Sarajevo-City.
    - LordMarshall, in 5 years
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    - Mimar, in 5 years
  • cool another beuty returned to the people...
    - LordMarshall, in 5 years
  • wait so the new tower might be 18 floors or it will be 18 floors. because what i read in the article that Sarajevo-City posted it says between 6 and 18 floors...

    also whats the location im going to have to see a map about it. im gettig old in my young age :(
    - LordMarshall, in 6 years
  • All these projects that should be starting next year are going to make traffic unbearable.

    If the city administration continue to repair all our roads, the city will literally be under construction.

    @ZLK - I know what you mean man, there's a lot of scars on the old apartment (commies). I'd be much easier if the buildings weren't owned by the city, but rather private owners that aren't rich enough to repair the entire building.
    - MIMICA, in 6 years
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    Objava tendera u avgustu

    SARAJEVO - Tender za izradu projektne dokumentacije za obnovu i rekonstrukciju zgrade sarajevske Vijećnice bit će objavljen narednog mjeseca.

    Ovo je juče najavila Semiha Borovac, gradonačelnik Sarajeva, nakon što je u zgradi Vijećnice potpisan Sporazum o udruživanju 900.000 KM grada, Kantona Sarajevo i općine Stari grad, koliko je prikupljeno za izradu projektne dokumentacije. Po 400.000 KM izdvojili su grad i kanton, a 100.000 općina Stari grad.

    Sporazum, koji su jučer potpisali Borovčeva, premijer Kantona Sarajevo Denis Zvizdić i načelnik općine Stari grad Mustafa Resić, ujedno je osnova da strani investitori počnu ulagati u obnovu Vijećnice.

    Semiha Borovac je kazala da su se sad stekli uslovi i za traženje sredstava iz fondova EU, koja je za kulturne projekte i obnovu kulturnog nasljeđa za zemlje u tranziciji izdvojila 12 milijardi eura. Dodala je kako su ta sredstva bespovratna.

    Zvizdić je rekao da je potpisivanje Sporazuma o udruživanju sredstava značajan događaj, zbog toga što će strani potencijalni investitori konačno uvidjeti da su vlasti ozbiljne u namjeri da obnove Vijećnicu.

    Podsjetio je da je kanton do sada u obnovu Vijećnice uložio između 500.000 i 700.000 KM.

    Mustafa Resić, načelnik općine Stari grad, rekao je da je obnova Vijećnice značajna za cijelo Sarajevo, a ne samo za općinu Stari grad. Istakao je kako je po nekim procjenama za kompletnu obnovu zgrade Vijećnice potrebno 25 miliona KM, ali da će se konačna cifra znati nakon izrade projektne dokumentacije i ostalih stručnih procjena.

    "Za građane Sarajeva, ali i BiH obnova Vijećnice trebalo bi da bude veoma važna, jer je to mjesto gdje se obrazovala naša mladost. Vijećnica bi trebalo da bude važna i zbog toga što bi se njenom obnovom Sari grad i Baščaršija mogli upisati na listu svjetske baštine", rekao je Resić.

    Do sada je za obnovu Vijećnice utrošeno 3,5 miliona eura, a u njoj bi nakon obnove trebalo da bude smještena Nacionalna i univerzitetska biblioteka BiH, te ured gradonačelnika. Zgrada sarajevske Vijećnice u pseudomaurskom stilu sagrađena je 1896. godine, a spaljena je u granatiranju 25. avgusta 1992. godine, kada je u njoj izgorjelo više od milion knjiga.

    Nezavisne novine (http://www.nezavisne.com/dnevne/sarajevo/sa07252006-01.php)
    - Mimar, in 6 years
  • I heard that Merkur will open on 6th august
    - Mimar, in 6 years
  • Greetings from sarajevo

    Today I passes by the parliament, construction is going great the south side of the building is almost 60% in glass while the north side is about 40%, the facade is probably one of the best in sarajevo, its blue but not unitic type blue, a whole different kind of, never seen in sarajevo type of facade. There are also parts where the building has some silver things going up around some places of the facade, very unique and cool. The new Robot mall is UC and its one of the fastest and most worked on projects in sarajevo, there are about 50 construction workers on the job. All projects are going pretty fast, which is good.

    @Lord-Marshall: That new building will be either from 6-18 floors, most likely 18 while the other buildings will be midrises, there is a huge piece of land by the elektroprivreda to hotel bristol thats where they will construct two midrises.

    Thats all for now, am leaving to Makarska tomorrow, so I wont be online until sunday or monday and on monday I will go downtown take some pictures of the parliament/new robot/merkur center/olympic swimming pool/main road buildings that are UC and then am staying at my grandmothers house which is near by my uncles gf house where I can post pictures so expect a lot of pictures next week.
    - SaRaJeVo-City, in 6 years
  • The article SarajevoCity posted about the new Novo Sarajevo center with one 18 story building had a picture to accompany it that showed how the area would look like. I'd take a picture and upload it... but I'm too lazy.
    - BosRoker, in 6 years
  • The article SarajevoCity posted about the new Novo Sarajevo center with one 18 story building had a picture to accompany it that showed how the area would look like. I'd take a picture and upload it... but I'm too lazy.

    Take it please :master: cause I didnt buy avaz that day
    - Mimar, in 6 years
  • we need a pic BosRoker :D
    - LordMarshall, in 6 years
  • someone already posted this article. but i missed it i dont know if all of us were aware of this project.

    http://img396.imageshack.us/img396/1456/otokazl6.jpg
    - LordMarshall, in 6 years
  • Alright, well... I'll try. Unfortunately, I can't promise I still have that issue either. But we'll see.
    - BosRoker, in 6 years
  • LM great news about the mini 15floors tower :D
    i had no clue about it,it will fit in great in Otoka,with the new shopping center !! otoka will look awesome :okay:
    - mirza-sm, in 6 years
  • hey is it true what i hear there is supposed to be a 2-lane modern airport built in visoko to serve sarajevo and the greater bosnia that can support intercontinental flights including direct flights from north america???? says so on bosmal's airport, cost is in the hundreds of millions.. is this true????????? direct flights = SAWWWEEEEEEETTTTTTTTTTTTTTT
    - ajdin of sarajevo, in 7 years
  • LM great news about the mini 15floors tower :D
    i had no clue about it,it will fit in great in Otoka,with the new shopping center !! otoka will look awesome :okay:

    i didnt know about the tower either untill mimica passed me the link to the pic. looks nice, great project are planned for the area.
    - LordMarshall, in 7 years
  • hey is it true what i hear there is supposed to be a 2-lane modern airport built in visoko to serve sarajevo and the greater bosnia that can support intercontinental flights including direct flights from north america???? says so on bosmal's airport, cost is in the hundreds of millions.. is this true????????? direct flights = SAWWWEEEEEEETTTTTTTTTTTTTTT

    I'm not sure dude. I think it depends on if the pyramids are true or not. If so, I'm sure there are going to be investors all over the idea of building Visoko an airport.
    - MIMICA, in 7 years
  • Might be old news, but a pretty trustworthy source confirmed to me yesterday that the old rumors about Avaz are true. The skyscraper near Stup is going to be turned into a 5-star hotel and a new building will be built in Marijin dvor by the railway station. Not sure if it will be a scraper though.. but we can hope.
    - BosRoker, in 7 years
  • http://img375.imageshack.us/img375/6510/newsbanner9zu.jpg

    Postavljeni putokazi za lakšu orjentaciju turistima
    2.8.2006.

    Iako je turistička sezona u jeku, prvi putokazi koji bi gostima trebali pomoći pri obilasaku našeg grada postavljeni su prije nekoliko dana, i to samo u Novom Sarajevu.
    Deset lokacija
    Iduće sedmice na području ove općine bit će postavljeno deset mapa kako bi se turisti lakše snalazili.Ovaj projekat prošle godine, inicirali su sami građani, kroz planiranje kapitalnih grantova.
    -Putokazi su postavljeni na petnaestak važnijih raskrsnica, a mape će biti raspoređene na deset lokacija.Prolaznici će pomoću njih znati gdje se nalaze i vidjeti kuda dalje žele ići.Na mapama će biti ucrtane ulice sa fotografijama najvažnijih objekata-kaže Zehra Orahovac, šef odsjeka za stambeni fond u Općini.
    Dvije mape će biti postavljene kod zgrade Općine, zatim na Željezničkoj i Autobuskoj, stanici, kod zgrade "Loris", kod Ekonomske škole u Vilsonovom, ispred zgrade MUP-a, kod Socijalnog, Doma zdravlja "Omer Maslić" te kod pošte na Dolac-Malti.
    -Osim Općine, koja je dala 4.000 KM, u ovom projektu učestvovao je i GAP, koji je za putokaze i mape izdvojio oko 24.000 KM-ističe Orahovac.
    Kranje vrijeme
    Vizuelna obilježja, koja upućuju na Vilsonovo, Hitnu pomoć, muzeje..., sugrađani su prihvatli sa oduševljenjem.
    -Bilo je krajnje vrijeme da postave putokaze.Šteta je što je to slučaj samo u našoj općini.Naš primjer
    moraju slijediti i drugi-mišljenja je Emira Zahirović.
    Slavko Šobot smatra da su znakovi trebali biti veći.
    -Postavljeni su na vidnim mjestima, ali da su upadljiviji turisti bi ih lakše primjetili-dodaje Šabota.

    avaz.ba
    - Mimar, in 7 years
  • pogledajte bilten (http://www.centar.ba/images/pdf/Bilteni/2006juli.PDF) opstine centar
    - Mimar, in 7 years
  • OK.. so i looked online
    a ROUND TRIP TICKET
    from LONDON to DUBAI
    costs about $440
    a ROUND TRIP TICKET
    from LONDON TO SARAJEVO
    costs $405

    .. so even though sarajevo is like 6 times closer to london.. the ticket costs only $35 less

    moral of the story:
    we need our own low-cost airline
    no wonder foreigners dont wanna visit!!
    - ajdin of sarajevo, in 7 years
  • OK.. so i looked online
    a ROUND TRIP TICKET
    from LONDON to DUBAI
    costs about $440
    a ROUND TRIP TICKET
    from LONDON TO SARAJEVO
    costs $405

    .. so even though sarajevo is like 6 times closer to london.. the ticket costs only $35 less

    moral of the story:
    we need our own low-cost airline
    no wonder foreigners dont wanna visit!!

    It'll happen, sooner or later. Just be patient.
    - MIMICA, in 7 years
  • Great to hear new buildings are comming up in Sarajevo, and what really got me is the Visoko airport for N America flights, that would be just perfect! In any case it was a refreshment after I read the thread about RS just simply becoming independent without anyones say.
    - Krasna Sreča, in 8 years
  • i woud fully support RS independence if that wasnt the goal they set in 91' anyway.. and a border crossing in the middle of sarajevo would look stupid, i say everythign for at least 20 km around sarajevo should be in FBiH cuz otherwise thats just stupid

    give em independence.. but dont give em any land ;-) :| thats how u do it
    - ajdin of sarajevo, in 8 years
  • OK.. so i looked online
    a ROUND TRIP TICKET
    from LONDON to DUBAI
    costs about $440
    a ROUND TRIP TICKET
    from LONDON TO SARAJEVO
    costs $405

    .. so even though sarajevo is like 6 times closer to london.. the ticket costs only $35 less

    moral of the story:
    we need our own low-cost airline
    no wonder foreigners dont wanna visit!!

    That is expensive!!! I used to pay that from Sofia to New York. Now, the weak dollar screwed it all up though :scouserd: :scouserd:
    - trakia, in 8 years
  • Cool your engines, RS isn't getting independence. :|

    Anyways, I don't understand why we can't just improve Sarajevo's airport instead of making Visoko get a completely new one.
    - MIMICA, in 8 years
  • stay on topic and enough of these pointless political topics...

    as for SA Airport isnt the problem the surrounding housing units.
    - LordMarshall, in 8 years
  • any new pics or any news from Avaz or Oslobodjenje on projects in SA?
    - LordMarshall, in 8 years
  • stay on topic and enough of these pointless political topics...

    as for SA Airport isnt the problem the surrounding housing units.

    Can't the city just buy the land from the housing units?
    - MIMICA, in 8 years
  • i think one of those housing units is the Vrtovi Riverine

    i dunno its hard to kick our people our of plots of land that they owned for generations.
    - LordMarshall, in 8 years
  • i think one of those housing units is the Vrtovi Riverine

    i dunno its hard to kick our people our of plots of land that they owned for generations.

    Yes, but I think the country's largest airport is much more important. People need to make sacrafices.
    - MIMICA, in 9 years
  • i think the point is to make the airport well within the federation so serbs cant take advantage of it.. and if the serbs split they probably dont wanna risk losing a 550 million EURO investment..
    besides
    DO YOU HAVE ANY IDEA how big an actual airport is?
    BUT i got an idea to solve all taht...
    bulldoze serb sarajevo and build it on top of it ;-)

    no but really guys, this airport is supposed to cost $300-500 million USD and be between 1500 and 2000 hectares..

    I MEAN THIS IS HUGGEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
    butmir (sarajevo) airport is an ant comapared to what we need..

    and top of that..
    sarajevo would SERIOUSLY lose its communal and wonderful feeling if every 30 seconds a 747 took off.. u would hear that in bascarsija nevertheless in the houses right next to the airport

    since bosmal is heading that plan with american business men from 'Seabury Group' u can expect some politics involved in favor of bosniaks ;-)

    AND
    on top of that..
    corridor 5C will pass right past the airport that way u have a quick link to sarajevo and its VERY VERY far from serb control and VERY VERY much in the iron grip of the bosniaks ;-) which i always like to hear cuz what your gonna start seeing now is alot of the investment is gonna be in that big shape that looks like a uterus between mostar and zenica.. that way serbs cant give us BS that what we build is even close to the RS.. that way serbs cant commute from RS every day to come work on our investments ;-)

    .. god im such a fascist

    cheers!
    - ajdin of sarajevo, in 9 years
  • Yes, but I think the country's largest airport is much more important. People need to make sacrafices.

    I don't think that should be the answer to this problem. I support the building of a airport in Visoko. If the pyramids are real than it would greatly benifit the area and it would be easier to get to them. Plus, who knows how far Sarajevo will expand? You never know. Sarajevo is still small compared to other major cities but as demand grows and people move in you get suburbs and new cities as well as the old ones expanding.
    - Krasna Sreča, in 9 years
  • i think the point is to make the airport well within the federation so serbs cant take advantage of it.. and if the serbs split they probably dont wanna risk losing a 550 million EURO investment..
    besides
    DO YOU HAVE ANY IDEA how big an actual airport is?
    BUT i got an idea to solve all taht...
    bulldoze serb sarajevo and build it on top of it ;-)

    no but really guys, this airport is supposed to cost $300-500 million USD and be between 1500 and 2000 hectares..

    I MEAN THIS IS HUGGEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
    butmir (sarajevo) airport is an ant comapared to what we need..

    and top of that..
    sarajevo would SERIOUSLY lose its communal and wonderful feeling if every 30 seconds a 747 took off.. u would hear that in bascarsija nevertheless in the houses right next to the airport

    since bosmal is heading that plan with american business men from 'Seabury Group' u can expect some politics involved in favor of bosniaks ;-)

    AND
    on top of that..
    corridor 5C will pass right past the airport that way u have a quick link to sarajevo and its VERY VERY far from serb control and VERY VERY much in the iron grip of the bosniaks ;-) which i always like to hear cuz what your gonna start seeing now is alot of the investment is gonna be in that big shape that looks like a uterus between mostar and zenica.. that way serbs cant give us BS that what we build is even close to the RS.. that way serbs cant commute from RS every day to come work on our investments ;-)

    .. god im such a fascist

    cheers!

    I'm sorry but this is exactly why Serbs are threatened. I can understand your hate for many but that is just not right. A civilized nation learns to deal with each other while building a brighter future, if it didn't hell would break out.
    - Krasna Sreča, in 10 years
  • I don't think that should be the answer to this problem. I support the building of a airport in Visoko. If the pyramids are real than it would greatly benifit the area and it would be easier to get to them. Plus, who knows how far Sarajevo will expand? You never know. Sarajevo is still small compared to other major cities but as demand grows and people move in you get suburbs and new cities as well as the old ones expanding.

    That's just the point - the airport expansion is an example of the city's growth. If the city grows further out and all those private homes are in the way of building new neighborhoods, we'll be back in the same problem. Fuck, don't tell me you all want those future neighborhoods going to Visoko too. :D
    - MIMICA, in 10 years
  • i think the point is to make the airport well within the federation so serbs cant take advantage of it.. and if the serbs split they probably dont wanna risk losing a 550 million EURO investment..
    besides
    DO YOU HAVE ANY IDEA how big an actual airport is?
    BUT i got an idea to solve all taht...
    bulldoze serb sarajevo and build it on top of it ;-)

    no but really guys, this airport is supposed to cost $300-500 million USD and be between 1500 and 2000 hectares..

    I MEAN THIS IS HUGGEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
    butmir (sarajevo) airport is an ant comapared to what we need..

    and top of that..
    sarajevo would SERIOUSLY lose its communal and wonderful feeling if every 30 seconds a 747 took off.. u would hear that in bascarsija nevertheless in the houses right next to the airport

    since bosmal is heading that plan with american business men from 'Seabury Group' u can expect some politics involved in favor of bosniaks ;-)

    AND
    on top of that..
    corridor 5C will pass right past the airport that way u have a quick link to sarajevo and its VERY VERY far from serb control and VERY VERY much in the iron grip of the bosniaks ;-) which i always like to hear cuz what your gonna start seeing now is alot of the investment is gonna be in that big shape that looks like a uterus between mostar and zenica.. that way serbs cant give us BS that what we build is even close to the RS.. that way serbs cant commute from RS every day to come work on our investments ;-)

    .. god im such a fascist

    cheers!

    Dude...it's 2006. No Serbs are a "threat" to Bosniaks, or Bosnian airports.
    - MIMICA, in 10 years
  • i dont think the serbs are a threat to the airport. the more serbs that work there the more taxes they pay the federation. there is really no point to listenting to serbs... they have no idea what they want... and they will never be happy. NEVER... they are a lost cause. just forget them. and dont worry they are not going anywhere.

    the current airport is pretty... but not really in a good area. it cant really expand in the future. becasue of the topography of the area another runway can only be parallell to the current one. and its a tight fit. lots of mountains and its so close to urban area. sarajevo is in a valley, its a densely populated area. in 30 years the property values may even warrant demolishing of the current airport to make way for residential property.

    visoko is betetr because there is a lot more open unused space. the populatin that will be affected by noise and pollution form aircraft is smaller. a freeway or a high speed rail will bring visoko airport within 25 minutes of sarajevo CBD. this is in line with world averages.

    but i cant see this airport being built very soon. its a huge investment. and the seabury group is a consultant firm that DOESNT actually invest in airports. it helps manage them and make them more efficient and profitable.

    can bosmal attract more investors after their last project? we shall see.
    but it would be good. however, judging from exerience, i would say visoko international airport by 2020, construction by 20015 at the earliest.
    - sale, in 10 years
  • ajdine sine... ti`s puko :D
    - mirza-sm, in 10 years
  • i dont think the serbs are a threat to the airport. the more serbs that work there the more taxes they pay the federation. there is really no point to listenting to serbs... they have no idea what they want... and they will never be happy. NEVER... they are a lost cause. just forget them. and dont worry they are not going anywhere.

    the current airport is pretty... but not really in a good area. it cant really expand in the future. becasue of the topography of the area another runway can only be parallell to the current one. and its a tight fit. lots of mountains and its so close to urban area. sarajevo is in a valley, its a densely populated area. in 30 years the property values may even warrant demolishing of the current airport to make way for residential property.

    visoko is betetr because there is a lot more open unused space. the populatin that will be affected by noise and pollution form aircraft is smaller. a freeway or a high speed rail will bring visoko airport within 25 minutes of sarajevo CBD. this is in line with world averages.

    but i cant see this airport being built very soon. its a huge investment. and the seabury group is a consultant firm that DOESNT actually invest in airports. it helps manage them and make them more efficient and profitable.

    can bosmal attract more investors after their last project? we shall see.
    but it would be good. however, judging from exerience, i would say visoko international airport by 2020, construction by 20015 at the earliest.

    Don't get me wrong, I'm 100% for the construction of a Visoko airport, it's just that I'm somewhat dissapointed that we're just giving up on Sarajevo's airport so quickly. I'm sure the tourists would appreciate landing in Visoko, seeing the pyramid(s) and then drive through beautiful scenery until they reach Sarajevo.

    I don't think I'll like seeing Sarajevo's well-managed airport go to waste by a much larger airport without a driving distance. This pyramid talk needs to get a final answer soon, or else I doubt Visoko is ever going to get an airport.

    The sooner these ideas become finalized, the better - I'd hate to see Zagreb monopolize all the air travel in the area with that new airport they're planning to build. :ohno:
    - MIMICA, in 10 years
  • wow.. ok lets get this out of the way..
    PYRAMIDS + AIRPORT = NOTHING TO DO WITH EACH OTHER

    they picked visoko b/c it is the largest bosniak town closest to sarajevo with an ideal location and driving distance to teh capital.. ABSOLUTELY nothing to do with pyramids

    .. sarajevo also is surrounded by very large mountains.. this is not ideal b/c when a plane gets lost in the i.e. fog at night or the engines go out and it needs to land on i.e. grass theres no plane to do it u need a bigger space so u have plenty space around the airport and plenty flat land as well

    ... the idea behind the serb discrimination thing is this:
    if the RS was to split away, they wanna make sure that there is 100% no chance that any part of the airport could possibly be going with them.. and if they did split, it needs to be clear the airport is well within the FBiH's boundaries.. even if they DID NOT split, its still important the investment is in a bosniak-majority town

    .. look at what happened to sarajevo.. the RS was drawn on a map and now a quarter of sarajevo is in this imaginary place called 'istocno sarajevo' in the RS.. they DO NOT WANT THAT

    cheers mate!!

    and about the taxes thing.. its more about taking an unemployed bosniak and giving him a job than it is having a serb pay taxes to the federation.. think outside of the box
    - ajdin of sarajevo, in 11 years
  • ^^

    Do you even read our posts? :|

    Visoko isn't "chosen" because it's the closest Bosniak city to Sarajevo. It has absolutely nothing to do with that.

    As for saying that the airport and pyramids aren't related, you must be an idiot. Are you aware that if these pyramids turn out to be real, they'll attract millions upon millions of tourists a year. What better than putting the airport directly in the same city as the pyramids, to make their trip much easier.

    It'd also give a lot of people a reason to pass through Bosnia on their way towards a different location. They could just land, go outside the airport and make the short trip to the pyramids. Heck, they could probably even stop in a nice local restaurant, taste some of the local dishes, and return to the airport in a matter of hours. :|

    And I'm warning you, stop talking about RS seperating from Bosnia. It's not going to happen, and it's as simple as that. They can ask and complain all they want, but by the end of the day, RS is still going to be part of Bosnia. Period!
    - MIMICA, in 11 years
  • wow.. ok lets get this out of the way..
    PYRAMIDS + AIRPORT = NOTHING TO DO WITH EACH OTHER

    they picked visoko b/c it is the largest bosniak town closest to sarajevo with an ideal location and driving distance to teh capital.. ABSOLUTELY nothing to do with pyramids

    .. sarajevo also is surrounded by very large mountains.. this is not ideal b/c when a plane gets lost in the i.e. fog at night or the engines go out and it needs to land on i.e. grass theres no plane to do it u need a bigger space so u have plenty space around the airport and plenty flat land as well

    ... the idea behind the serb discrimination thing is this:
    if the RS was to split away, they wanna make sure that there is 100% no chance that any part of the airport could possibly be going with them.. and if they did split, it needs to be clear the airport is well within the FBiH's boundaries.. even if they DID NOT split, its still important the investment is in a bosniak-majority town

    .. look at what happened to sarajevo.. the RS was drawn on a map and now a quarter of sarajevo is in this imaginary place called 'istocno sarajevo' in the RS.. they DO NOT WANT THAT

    cheers mate!!

    and about the taxes thing.. its more about taking an unemployed bosniak and giving him a job than it is having a serb pay taxes to the federation.. think outside of the box

    Ohh shit, I just realized who you are.

    Welcome back Thunderman/Luke Skywalker

    :rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:
    - MIMICA, in 11 years
  • interesting theory ajdin,

    the way is see it though, the real reason it will be built in visoko is becasue the sabanovic family is from there. as simple as that. they are a part of the "worldwide visoko business fraternity". these visoko poeple, of which i have met many, are somewhere between freemasons and jews. they are rich powerful and darn well connected. and all related so one another in one way shape or form. :)

    so i dont think its a conspiracy against the serbs. after all, like a pretty bride in a bad marriage, the serbs are staying right where they are for a 1000 years and are not going anywhere. but naturally, bosnians will invest in bosnian cities. every bosnian wants to be a "HAZDIA" in his home town, so everyone can look up to him. :)

    and visoko is not a bad place for an airport. its between zanica and sarayevo. on the main road. and will have a high speed rain connection pretty soon. plenty of open space, and nto as much fog as sarajevo. i cant tell you haw many times i have had a flight canceled to sarayevo because of fog and have had to spend the night in some horrible place like munich.

    saraevo airport will still be used. for at least another 30 years or so. it will jsut be another airport. it will compete with visoko and we all know that cometition is good for the economy. as we say in australia "it will keep the bastards honest."

    by: mimica

    I'd hate to see Zagreb monopolize all the air travel in the area with that new airport they're planning to build.

    a new airport will not be able to do that. what will be able to do that is the presence of low cost carriers and efficient and cheap airport services that allows airlines to make money on the route. zagreb has double the standard of sarajevo at least. thus higher wage costs for operators. and its too far away to be competition.

    i also think it has nothing to do with the pyramid. i've heard that whatever they are digging up up there will take 100 years to complete. its quite scary. it reminds me a bit of the movie "2001 a space oddesy" when they find that g*d like crature on the moon and start digging it up. maybe the good people of visoko will have a revelation like the isrealites. hehe they migth even get the 11th commandment.
    - sale, in 11 years
  • IF your theory was true.. they would not build the a $500M airport a 5 minute walk from bosnias "future" main tourist attraction.. they would build it farther away so u have to move around a litttle and see bosnia instead of take 5 steps off and back on the airplane

    as for you trying to sound so passionate about being smarter than me.. the seabury group visited visoko on july 13, 2005 - 9 months before the expedition in visoko even began

    mimica quit trying to sound so passionate and correct when arguing with me because in the end u just end up looking dumb and premature
    - ajdin of sarajevo, in 11 years
  • mimica quit trying to sound so passionate and correct when arguing with me because in the end u just end up looking dumb and premature

    Don't even get me started dude - I'm not the retard that continues blaming Serbs for every single problem in your life. As for saying that the group visit there even before the Pyramid was discovered, haven't you ever thought about that just being a proposed idea that the pyramid would later gaurentee?
    - MIMICA, in 12 years
  • http://img463.imageshack.us/img463/641/completedproject8xq.jpg

    Otvorenje Merkur tržnog centra Otoka

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    Tržni centar Otoka u Sarajevu zvanično će otvoriti vrata za građane Sarajeva 6. augusta ove godine u 12.00 sati. Objekat koji se prostire na gotovo 12.000 m2, vrijedan 23 miliona KM predstavlja najnoviji i najznačajniji projekat kompanije Merkur, članice MIMS grupacije.
    Tim povodom održat će se konferencija za novinare u prostoru Tržnog centra, ul. Gradačačka br. 1, Sarajevo, sa početkom u 11.00 h. Rukovodstvo Merkura d.d. Sarajevo i predstavnici MIMS grupacije predstavit će kompletan projekat rekonstrukcije objekta, te upoznati javnost sa svim sadržajima centra, koji je prema procjenama stručnjaka po svojoj ponudi jedinstven na području BiH.

    Glavni cilj rekonstrukcije je bio zadržavanje postojećih sadržaja bivšeg “Hepoka”, te njihova modernizacija i proširenje ponude tako da građani Sarajeva i njegovi posjetitelji imaju na raspolaganju objekat u kojem će moći obaviti kupovinu po principu “sve na jednom mjestu”.

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    U saradnji sa velikim dobavljačima i distributerima Tržni centar “Otoka” imat će izuzetnu ponudu u savremenom prodajnom marketu koji će u svojoj ponudi imati prehrambene artikle i robu široke potrošnje najviše kvalitete, a sve po izuzetno prihvatljivim cijenama i uvjetima plaćanja. U sklopu supermarketa je ribarnica, mesnica i odjel delikatesa. “Srce” TC Otoke je svakako zelena pijaca, koja će biti jedna od najmodernijih u BiH. Građani će imati na raspolaganju i pijacu sa mliječnim i suhomesnatim proizvodima, popularni bazar sa odjećom i obućom, te bogatu ponudu iz asortimana kućanskih aparata.

    http://img81.imageshack.us/img81/5290/3zd0.jpg

    U preko šesdeset poslovnih prostora je cvjećara, tri restorana, kozmetički i frizerski salon, banke, osiguravajuća kuća, optika, parfimerije, butici sa odjećom svjetski poznati marki, zlatara, biljna apoteka, prodavnica dječije i sportske opreme, prodavnice obuće, slatki butik i drugi sadržaji koji će biti na raspolaganju svaki dan, uključujući i nedjelju, od 07.00 do 22.00 h.

    http://img81.imageshack.us/img81/5568/4ku0.jpg

    Važno je naglasiti da je za kupce TC Otoke obezbijeđen i moderan parking na dvije etaže sa ukupno 154 parking mjesta.
    link (http://sarajevo-x.com/clanak/060803012)
    - Mimar, in 12 years
  • ^^ Please don't tell me those are the official colors, that is horrible!
    - Krasna Sreča, in 12 years
  • IF your theory was true.. they would not build the a $500M airport a 5 minute walk from bosnias "future" main tourist attraction.. they would build it farther away so u have to move around a litttle and see bosnia instead of take 5 steps off and back on the airplane

    as for you trying to sound so passionate about being smarter than me.. the seabury group visited visoko on july 13, 2005 - 9 months before the expedition in visoko even began

    mimica quit trying to sound so passionate and correct when arguing with me because in the end u just end up looking dumb and premature

    Are you retarded? they are considering building it in Visoko because there is more space. It has nothing to do with Serbs or Pyramids, I suggested that if they build it by Visoko it would benifit easier transportation to the pyramids.

    Dude stop ruining the fucking thread, If you hate Serbs so much go make a thread proclaiming it and get banned, that way you can just make another account and come back and bug us all over again!
    - Krasna Sreča, in 12 years
  • ^^ Please don't tell me those are the official colors, that is horrible!

    Give it some time. You don't like it just because the colors aren't a typical Sarajevo building color. I think it looks quite smashing. :D
    - MIMICA, in 13 years
  • Give it some time. You don't like it just because the colors aren't a typical Sarajevo building color. I think it looks quite smashing. :D

    You must be joking, It would look great if it was all black, but white and orange too? Might as well bring Halloween to Sarajevo too.
    - Krasna Sreča, in 13 years
  • http://img375.imageshack.us/img375/6510/newsbanner9zu.jpg

    http://www.sarajevo-x.com/media/images/vijesti/060805005.jpg

    Od 18. do 26. augusta 2006. godine u Sarajevu će se održati festival klubske muzike "LIFT club fest 2006" na kojem će nastupiti 25 DJ-eva iz sedam zemalja.



    Festival (http://www.liftfest.com/)će se održavati u klubu Labirint, Sarajevo. Cijena ulaznice petkom i subotom iznosi 10KM, a ostalim danima 5KM.

    UG Kontra i internet portal Sarajevo-x.com će uskoro ponuditi nagradne igre u kojima možete osvojiti besplatne ulaznice za svaki dan festivala.

    Program festivala:

    Petak 18.08.2006

    electrostep / dnb night with
    John B (Beta / Tangent / Nu Electro, UK)
    Kontra DJz (BiH)

    Subota 19.08.2006

    progressive / el. house night with
    Inox & Iceberg (Refllective Collective, MK)
    Box (BiH)

    Nedjelja 20.08.2006

    electrobreaks / dubstep-grime / glitch night with
    conFusion crew (CRO)

    Ponedeljak 21.08.2006

    breaks / electro night with
    Fluid & Bazel (Breaks4Love, MK)
    D-Liner & Greg Punkov (Oscilator, BiH)

    Utorak 22.08.2006

    hiphop night with
    DJ Borka (CodeEP, SLO)
    Omar & DJ Ahmaad (True Spin / Stylin, BiH)

    Srijeda 23.08.2006

    breakbeat night with
    DJ Flip (Breaklogic, SR)
    MPJ Slo (Kontra / Balkan Radar, BiH)
    DJ Choola (ORG, BiH)

    Četvrtak 24.08.2006

    hiphop show night with
    ShazalaKazoo (B92. SR)
    Nesho & DJ Ahmaad (True Spin / Stylin, BiH)

    Petak 25.08.2006

    minimal / electro / techno night with
    Undo (FaktorCity, ESP)
    Night Department (BiH)
    Borgie (Oscilator, BiH)

    Subota 26.08.2006

    liquid funk / dnb night with
    Codex (FullForce, Sinuous, SR)
    Kontra DJz (BiH)
    - Krasna Sreča, in 13 years
  • You must be joking, It would look great if it was all black, but white and orange too? Might as well bring Halloween to Sarajevo too.

    Nah man, it's nice to get all these colors back into Sarajevo. Especially in and around Otoka.

    Most of the buildings are borring dull colors painted during the commie times, so these original painted buildings bring back a lot of light into the area.

    Anyways, anything is better than the former building in Merkur's spot. That place was infested with gypsies.
    - MIMICA, in 13 years
  • I assure you guys that it looks just great where it is... it's not like it's in the old part of town next to a bunch of old buildings so that it looks horribly out of place (like the Papagajka for instance). It's in Otoka and it's surroudned by really bland, grey skyscrapers... the colors match them perfectly and make the whole area a lot more vibrant.
    - BosRoker, in 13 years
  • Visoko isn't "chosen" because it's the closest Bosniak city to Sarajevo. It has absolutely nothing to do with that.

    A kad ja negdje pišući spomenem Banjaluku kao srpski grad, ti skočiš na mene kao da sam rekao ko zna šta.

    And I'm warning you, stop talking about RS seperating from Bosnia. It's not going to happen, and it's as simple as that. They can ask and complain all they want, but by the end of the day, RS is still going to be part of Bosnia. Period!

    Nešto si mi previše samouvjeren.
    - Pavle4488, in 13 years
  • A kad ja negdje pišući spomenem Banjaluku kao srpski grad, ti skočiš na mene kao da sam rekao ko zna šta.



    Nešto si mi previše samouvjeren.

    I'm pretty sure he was trying to say that it wasn't chosen because it has a lot of Bosniaks in the city, he wasn't refering to it as a only Bosniak town.

    Plus you can call Banja Luka srpska Banja Luka since 99% who live there are Serbs, if it will make you happy go right ahead, people don't like it when you call Istocno Sarajevo Serb Sarajevo thats all. That would be like Bosniaks that are moving back to Banja Luka deciding to name part of Banja Luka Bosniak Banja Luka or Muslim Banja Luka, would you like it? And thats just a question, I doubt anyone would. And personally the whole this is a Croat - Serb or Bosniak town is annoying, who the hell told you people what ethnicity you could put in front of your town.
    - Krasna Sreča, in 14 years
  • Ti si stvarno opterećen tim stvarima. Baš me briga koji će neko pridjev dodijeliti Banjaluci, ovo je nešto na mojoj i Timurovoj relaciji, tiče se dana kada je on mene napadao za nešto što sada i sam radi. Uostalom, gledaj svoja posla.
    - Pavle4488, in 14 years
  • Fine have it as you want, I'm not going to continue a talk which you simply just can not comprehend.
    - Krasna Sreča, in 14 years
  • Guys, please - this is a construction thread. ;)

    Anyways, apparently there are a bunch of people doing something at the BBI construction site. I'm not sure what it is, but I think they're just getting ready or something. I wish there was this ultimate-Godly-incredible site for Sarajevo's construction updates, that automatically updates the status of the projects, number of workers at the site, the current rate of construction and of course, the completion date.
    I can only dream of such a beautiful site. :D
    - MIMICA, in 14 years
  • ^^ Why not just build one? I have been meaning to start some kind of site since the bgining of this year my self but never got around to it because I really don't want to split it with my friend, and he cant even decide what he wants it on.

    Just buy a tmeplete for like 100$ and customize it, buy a domain and extra spcae with a personal e-mail and make a site for BiH updates. :)
    - Krasna Sreča, in 14 years
  • ^^ Why not just build one? I have been meaning to start some kind of site since the bgining of this year my self but never got around to it because I really don't want to split it with my friend, and he cant even decide what he wants it on.

    Just buy a tmeplete for like 100$ and customize it, buy a domain and extra spcae with a personal e-mail and make a site for BiH updates. :)

    I'm not talking about a site that has "OUR" updates on it, I mean something that has all of Sarajevo's updates. There isn't much point of making a site of Sarajevo's information, if we're posting the information that we already know. :D
    - MIMICA, in 14 years
  • ^^ Ah well move to Sarajevo and make it. :D

    On a serious basis one of the Bosnians should invest in it, it would be a great addition, but once again a person doesn't have to be in Bosnia to have all Sarajevo's updates, you can get scouts who have access to the site and can update it.
    - Krasna Sreča, in 15 years
  • Bosnia is taking control over its sky 2009, now Zagreb and Beograd are controling our sky and BiH is paying a lot of money !!! Bosnia dosent have the technology, but we will have it soon !!
    - sniPsarajevo, in 15 years
  • sarajevo airport had to be build on romania (near sarajevo, in RS) it will have a high way so u will be in sarajevo in 10 min, but the war came so they didnt build the airport, i was with my father he showed me the land, and its perfect, flat big land. If the war didnt broke up sarajevo would have one of the biggest airports on the balkans. Another thing, Republika Srpska cant split from bosnia because only Serbia allows RS to be a new country but other europe countrys, USA .... dot allow RS the be a country so i can say it is impossible, they dont have no history and so on !!!! ;)

    P.S otoka opened yesterday :D im going to see Otoka today so i will take some pics. ;)
    - sniPsarajevo, in 15 years
  • when did sarajevo come into existence ?????
    - sniPsarajevo, in 15 years
  • ^^ What do you mean?When the city was founded?
    - Krasna Sreča, in 15 years
  • ^^ What do you mean?When the city was founded?

    yeah !!
    - sniPsarajevo, in 15 years
  • ^^ dont you have history classes? i mean ure a Sarajlija after all :|
    - mirza-sm, in 15 years
  • 1461-1463
    - BosRoker, in 15 years
  • Uh I kind of never got back to him lol. Thanx BosRoker.
    - Krasna Sreča, in 15 years
  • Hello dudes, am back from makarska....tomorrow am gonna go take pictures since today its cloudy and then am gonna post them on thursday. Please can you ppl stay on topic and not talk about RS and FBiH cuy this has nothing to do with either one. So please quit trolling the shit out of the thread and stay on topic, your making a big chat room....if you want to go into political debates you have the MSN Messeger as well as PM over this forum and talk all you want but quit posting nonsense here....thank you very much.

    Now, I like that otoka tower looks very cool, I still cant figure out where its located, is it along the main road? I mean I see those commies in the backgroun and they are along the main road but the whole area just doesnt fit in. WOw So many new towers are planned for sarajevo its amazing, so guys please stay on topic I beg you, quit wasting your and our time and nonsense its not gonna change anything if we blame each other for the war and other bs.
    - SaRaJeVo-City, in 15 years
  • http://img375.imageshack.us/img375/6510/newsbanner9zu.jpg

    Otvoren Merkurov tržni centar Otoka

    http://img223.imageshack.us/img223/9863/1up2.jpg http://img266.imageshack.us/img266/9467/2yw9.jpg

    Tržni centar Otoka u Sarajevu zvanično je otvorio vrata za građane Sarajeva 06. augusta ove godine. Objekat koji se prostire na gotovo 12.000 m², vrijedan 23 miliona KM predstavlja najnoviji i najznačajniji projekat kompanije Merkur, članice MIMS grupacije.
    Na press konferenciji upriličenoj povodom otvaranja Esad Pehilj, direktor Merkur d.d., kratko je predstavio historijat kompanije, te tom prilikom naglasio da je tokom 80-tih i početkom 90-tih godina MERKUR bio jedan od vodećih u oblasti trgovine na malo u BiH. Nakon priključenja grupaciji, MIMS je investirao u rekonstrukciju dvadeset, u ratu srušenih, maloprodajnih objekata u Mostaru i Sarajevu. Pored toga, izgrađen je i moderan tržni centar u Vrapčićima kod Mostara. U vlasništvu kompanije su i dva logistička centra u Vrapčićima na 8.000 m².

    Direktor Tržnog centra Otoka, Vahid Pašić, smatra da su ovim Merkur i grupacija MIMS izvršile jednu od najzahtjevnijih rekonstrukcija prodajnih objekata, tako da će nekadašnji "Hepok" ponovno postati mjesto dnevne kupnje građana Sarajeva u kojem će građani biti u mogućnosti obaviti kupovinu po principu “sve na jednom mjestu”.

    “Glavni cilj rekonstrukcije objekta je bio da se zadrži zelena pijaca koja je bez sumnje predstavljala i predstavljat će najvažniji segment tržnog centra” – izjavio je direktor MIMS-a, Sead Štaljo, koji je dodao da je ovo jedan u nizu aktuelnih projekata Mims grupacije usmjerenih na osvajanje sve jačeg bosanskohercegovačkog tržišta, te približavanja potrebama savremenog kupca.

    http://img103.imageshack.us/img103/2528/3yt4.jpg http://img103.imageshack.us/img103/7620/4dp8.jpg

    Tržni centar Otoka će u saradnji sa velikim dobavljačima i distributerima u svojoj ponudi, a na ukupnoj površini od 5310 m², ima raznovrsne sadržaje. Građanima će na jednom mjestu biti na usluzi: cvjećara, tri restorana, kafić, internet klub, kozmetički i frizerski salon, game-shop, banke, osiguravajuća kuća, kladionica, optika, gift shop, parfimerije, butici sa odjećom svjetski poznati marki, zlatara, biljna apoteka, prodavnica dječije i sportske opreme, prodavnice obuće, slatki butik i drugo.

    Prodaja voća i povrća bit će u otvorenom dijelu veličine 2160 m² u sklopu koje će biti mliječna pijaca i pijaca sa suhomesnatim proizvodima. Pored zelene pijace, u suterenu će biti smješen i postojeći, kod građana Sarajeva popularni, bazar sa odjećom i obućom po vrlo prihvatljivim cijenama.

    Savremeni prodajni market sa površinom 1690 m² u svojoj ponudi imat će prehrambene artikle i robu široke potrošnje najviše kvalitete, a sve po izuzetno prihvatljivim cijenama i uvjetima plaćanja. U sklopu supermarketa će biti jedna od najsavremenijih ribarnica u kojoj će biti i bazen sa živom ribom, mesnica, te odjel delikatesa. Građani će također imati na raspolaganju i prodavnicu audio i bijele tehnike, te bogatu ponudu iz asortimana kućanskih aparata.

    Ono što je važno naglasiti je i da je za kupce TC Otoke obezbijeđen moderan parking na dvije etaže sa ukupno 154 parking mjesta.

    Otvorenje centra je jedan u nizu aktuelnih projekata Mims grupacije usmjerenih na osvajanje sve jačeg bosanskohercegovačkog tržišta, te približavanja potrebama savremenog kupca. MIMS grupacija očekuje da će do kraja godine uspješno privesti kraju projekte obnavljanja poslovnih i prodajnih objekata, podižući nivo ponude i usluge na najviši mogući nivo, u skladu sa modernim trgovačkim standardima.
    link (http://sarajevo-x.com/clanak/060807017)
    - Mimar, in 15 years
  • Before
    http://img222.imageshack.us/img222/7810/1ee9.jpg

    Now
    http://img488.imageshack.us/img488/5096/2pk6.jpg

    Great difference :D
    - Mimar, in 15 years
  • ^^ you said it bro :nocrook:
    how much are there war destructed buildings left in sarajevo? i think you could count them on fingers now, right?
    - mirza-sm, in 15 years
  • ^^ It depends on what you regard as destruction. Pretty much every non restored building in Sarajevo (which is the majority) has some war damage, a la bullet holes or shell impacts. Most of it is mild though but still visible if up front. There isn't one building that wasn't affected, which means until you fix up every single building, war damage will be visible. Like, in 100 years. ;)

    As for the severely damaged objects, like the one in your pic... there isn't that much left no but still enough. Hrasno still has those 4 huge residential towers that look like collapsing, Alipasino Polje and Dobrinja also have some damage left and then you have the front line districts in Grbavica along the Miljacka and to downtown that are in ruins.
    - SpotlessMind, in 15 years
  • OHH THAT DISGUSTING they could have made a glass facade or something it would have looked so much better.. yes right now it looks tenfold better than before, but could be tenfold better than it is now.

    p.s.
    my aunt lives across the street from there ;-)
    - ajdin of sarajevo, in 15 years
  • One question...If so many of you went to Sarajevo where are the pictures? Its stranger how many don't share them...Hmmm....
    - Krasna Sreča, in 15 years
  • yeah more pics dudes

    lets see some 06's
    - LordMarshall, in 15 years
  • Before
    http://img222.imageshack.us/img222/7810/1ee9.jpg

    Now
    http://img488.imageshack.us/img488/5096/2pk6.jpg

    Great difference :D

    That's true progress right there. :yes:
    I agree with SpotlessMind for the war damage. It all depends what you considered "damaged". There's still a lot of bullet holes and such all around the city, which is depressing, but there isn't much you can do about it.
    On the other hand, the truely "destroyed" buildings are shrinking fairly quickly. I'm aware that Grbavica has been reconstructing some really badly damaged commies and they look magnificant now. But there's still a lot more to go...
    - MIMICA, in 15 years
  • Realistically Bosnia has repaired most things by now and Bosnia is finally putting its self on the market after a long make over. Most countries in EE didn't have what Bosnia had, their economy didn't diminish by 80% in 3+ years.

    Now with the whole make over Bosnia is somewhat where most EE countries stood after the 1990's. Now its time to accelerate and get investments and expand, which is what it is doing.
    - Krasna Sreča, in 15 years
  • Realistically Bosnia has repaired most things by now and Bosnia is finally putting its self on the market after a long make over. Most countries in EE didn't have what Bosnia had, their economy didn't diminish by 80% in 3+ years.

    Now with the whole make over Bosnia is somewhat where most EE countries stood after the 1990's. Now its time to accelerate and get investments and expand, which is what it is doing.

    Eh, there's still a lot destroyed in Bosnia.
    There are still a lot of destroyed industries, and curroption.
    - MIMICA, in 15 years
  • ^^ Yes but we do somewhat stand where EE countries stood in the 90's. We are a functioning country now. The process to remove all those corrupt politicians who are slowing us down is doing very good. Of course you cant accomplish things over night.
    - Krasna Sreča, in 15 years
  • http://img87.imageshack.us/img87/735/1002877nn7.jpg

    Ugovor o udruzivanju srestava vrijedan 50 miliona maraka potrebnih za zavrsetak izgradnje Bosmal City Center-a u Sarajevu potpisali su prosle sedmice u Kuala Lumpuru predstavnici Bank Islam Malaysia Berhad, HVB Central profit banke i Nove banjalucke banke. Malezijska i HVB banka jos ranije su postigle dogovor o finansiranju dovrsenja gradjevinskih radova, nakon kojeg je slijedila kompicirana procedura bankovnog dogovaranja. U Kuala Lumpuru je potpisan opci ugovor, dok sutra (danas, op.a.) u Sarajevu potpisujemo kreditni ugovor sa dvije bh. banke o zajednickom finansiranju "Bosmala". U izgradnju Bosmal City Center-a malezijska banka do sada je investirala 100 miliona maraka i to je najvece strano greenfield ulaganje u BiH. Dodatnih 50 miliona maraka bit ce upotrebljeno za zavrsetak Bosmala, prvog kondominija u ovom dijelu Evrope.

    IZVOR: AVAZ
    - sniPsarajevo, in 15 years
  • I was in OTOKA , it's like USA malls i like it !!!!!!!!!
    - sniPsarajevo, in 16 years
  • ^^ dont you have history classes? i mean ure a Sarajlija after all :|

    yes but i forgot !! :scouserd:
    - sniPsarajevo, in 16 years
  • on www.bih.net.ba there is a 3D video or something of Vijecnica, Sebilj......
    http://www.bih.net.ba/virtualno_sarajevo.html
    - sniPsarajevo, in 16 years
  • ^^ Yes but we do somewhat stand where EE countries stood in the 90's. We are a functioning country now. The process to remove all those corrupt politicians who are slowing us down is doing very good. Of course you cant accomplish things over night.

    I agree with what you said right there, except for Bosnia being an functioning country. Sure, it might be close to being "functioning", but there's still quite a few obstacles before we can truely acheive that.
    I think once the new constitution is completed, and all the sides agree on it, then I think we're going to be 100% functioning and independent.
    - MIMICA, in 16 years
  • I was in OTOKA , it's like USA malls i like it !!!!!!!!!

    Geez dude, you're always writing short posts and exagerating on the exclaimation marks.

    Example:

    sarajevo iz da shitt 1!!1!!!eleven!!11 :D

    I'm just messing around man. ;)
    - MIMICA, in 16 years
  • I agree with what you said right there, except for Bosnia being an functioning country. Sure, it might be close to being "functioning", but there's still quite a few obstacles before we can truely acheive that.
    I think once the new constitution is completed, and all the sides agree on it, then I think we're going to be 100% functioning and independent.

    When is this supposed to be done exactly? Wasn't it supposed to be finished last year but was rejected? I'm confused.
    - Krasna Sreča, in 16 years
  • http://img226.imageshack.us/img226/3775/1002881bz7.jpg

    USKORO SE OCEKUJE USVAJANJE URBANISTICKOG PROJEKTA

    uz trzni centar i nova parking mjesta ---- moderni hotel uz KSC Skenderija
    http://img221.imageshack.us/img221/1069/1002879cm9.jpg
    http://img216.imageshack.us/img216/8601/1002880ml7.jpg

    IZGRADNJA HOTELA, DZAMIJE I GARAZE MOGUCA VEC NAREDNE GODINE, BABY BAZEN
    I MINI GOLF U CENTRU GRADA

    Prema nacrtu urbanistickog projekta "Skenderija", na ovom lokalitetu planirana je gradnja hotela, bazena, dzamije, izlozbenog paviljona, garaze, te trznog centra s garazom. Kako saznajemo od Midhata Zametice, stručnog savjetnika u Zavodu za planiranje razvoja KS, ocekuje se da ce Gradsko vijece u narednih nekoliko mjeseci usvojiti urbanisticki projekt, pa bi vec naredne godien mogla poceti i gradnja objekata. Vec ima zainteresiranih investitora od kojih ce uglavnom ovisiti dinamika izgradnje. U prvoj fazi ce se najvjerovatnije graditi hotel, dzamija, izlozbeni paviljon i garaza kaze Zametica. Prema planu hotel ce biti smjesten uz KSC Skenderija, izmedu ulica Terezija i Tekija, i imat ce do deset spratova, a ispred bi bila postavljena fontana. Uz bazen, koji bi tebao biti smjesten iza KSC-a, ispod Stolačke ulice, osim uobicajenih pratecih sadrzaja, bit ce i izgradjen i bejbi bazen, a na krovu je planitano mini golf igraliste. Trgovke, samoposluga i restoran planirani su u sklopu trznog centra i garaze, a predvidena lokacija gradnje je sadasnji parking, uz KSC Skenderija i kotlanu. Na pet etaza bit ce 438 parking mjesta. Prema novom planu, neke od postojecih radnji s platoa bit ce izmjestene u novi trzni centar.

    IZVOR: AVAZ

    P.S GLUPO JE STO PRAVE DZAMIJE JER JE U SARAJEVU PREVISE DZAMIJA I GRAD ZBOG NJIH POSTAJE RUZAN :s :(
    - sniPsarajevo, in 17 years
  • http://img216.imageshack.us/img216/9899/1002882vd6.jpg

    Umjesto starih, bile bi postavljene nove klupe i kante za otpatke, konacna odluka nakon javne rasprave.

    Na incijativu Ministarsva prsotornog uredjenja i zastite okolisa Kantona Sarajevo, Vilsonovo bi uskoro moglo poprimiti, novi ljepsi izgled. Planirano je da trotoari budu poplocani, da se stare klupe zamjene novim, te da se postave kante za otpatke. Zbog toga je prije vise od mjesec poplocan dio trotoara izmedu dva muzeja, te postavljena nova klupa s ciljem da gradani sami procjene da li ova incijativa treba zazivjeti. Svi oni koji budu zeljeli dati svoje misljene o mogucem novom izgledu oaze mira, imat ce priliku to uciniti na jednoj od narednih rasprava, nakon cega ce biti donesena i konacna odluka. Kako su nam kazali setaci koje smo zatekli u Vilsonovom, ovakva incijativa trebala je biti pokrenuta i ranije.
    -Zaista je sramota da se o Vilsonovom ne vodi vise racuna. Davno je trebalo urediti trotoare, postaviti nove klupe i kante za otpatke - misljenja je Jasmin Smajlović. Igor Nisic je prvi put primjetio novu klupu i poplocani dio trotoara. - Sudeci prema uzroku, puno je lijepse nego postojeci asfaltna na trotoarima. Smatram da bi Vilsonovo izgledalo mnogo modernije ukoliko zaita bude poplocano i ako postave nove klupe - kaze Nisic. Ni vec postojece klupe ne bi izgledale tako lose da ih vandali nisu isprljali i polomili, istice Milan Dordevic koji svakodnevno seta Vilsonovim. - Odusevljen sam kako su strucnjaci osmislili buduci izgled setalista. Medutim na vrijeme treba zaustaviti huligane da nakon nekoliko dana ponovo sve ne uniste napominje Dordevic.

    IZVOR: AVAZ
    - sniPsarajevo, in 17 years
  • http://img226.imageshack.us/img226/3775/1002881bz7.jpg

    USKORO SE OCEKUJE USVAJANJE URBANISTICKOG PROJEKTA

    uz trzni centar i nova parking mjesta ---- moderni hotel uz KSC Skenderija
    http://img221.imageshack.us/img221/1069/1002879cm9.jpg
    http://img216.imageshack.us/img216/8601/1002880ml7.jpg

    IZGRADNJA HOTELA, DZAMIJE I GARAZE MOGUCA VEC NAREDNE GODINE, BABY BAZEN
    I MINI GOLF U CENTRU GRADA

    Prema nacrtu urbanistickog projekta "Skenderija", na ovom lokalitetu planirana je gradnja hotela, bazena, dzamije, izlozbenog paviljona, garaze, te trznog centra s garazom. Kako saznajemo od Midhata Zametice, stručnog savjetnika u Zavodu za planiranje razvoja KS, ocekuje se da ce Gradsko vijece u narednih nekoliko mjeseci usvojiti urbanisticki projekt, pa bi vec naredne godien mogla poceti i gradnja objekata. Vec ima zainteresiranih investitora od kojih ce uglavnom ovisiti dinamika izgradnje. U prvoj fazi ce se najvjerovatnije graditi hotel, dzamija, izlozbeni paviljon i garaza kaze Zametica. Prema planu hotel ce biti smjesten uz KSC Skenderija, izmedu ulica Terezija i Tekija, i imat ce do deset spratova, a ispred bi bila postavljena fontana. Uz bazen, koji bi tebao biti smjesten iza KSC-a, ispod Stolačke ulice, osim uobicajenih pratecih sadrzaja, bit ce i izgradjen i bejbi bazen, a na krovu je planitano mini golf igraliste. Trgovke, samoposluga i restoran planirani su u sklopu trznog centra i garaze, a predvidena lokacija gradnje je sadasnji parking, uz KSC Skenderija i kotlanu. Na pet etaza bit ce 438 parking mjesta. Prema novom planu, neke od postojecih radnji s platoa bit ce izmjestene u novi trzni centar.

    IZVOR: AVAZ

    P.S GLUPO JE STO PRAVE DZAMIJE JER JE U SARAJEVU PREVISE DZAMIJA I GRAD ZBOG NJIH POSTAJE RUZAN :s :(

    I agree there is way too many, I doubt there is even a demand for one there.
    - Krasna Sreča, in 17 years
  • Thursday am going to dobrinja where I have access to Photoshop and Broadband internet, so expect shit loads of pictures, I also went to bjelasnica and took about 30 pics of the hotels and apartment being constructed there, I must say the bjelasnica complexes are amazing, so I will post that for sure and more of Merkur Interior, Parliament (you will be amazed with the facade). I wish I had photoshop here and broadband I would post a lot of pictures daily. I went to Zmajevac you can see the whole city from there and I took some nice photos of the whole city.

    PS. Please stay on topic (CONSTRUCTION ONLY), I have nothing against talks about construction and the city, but its pointless talking about politics and entities and other non related bs. Please follow the rules, thanks dudes!
    - SaRaJeVo-City, in 17 years
  • P.S GLUPO JE STO PRAVE DZAMIJE JER JE U SARAJEVU PREVISE DZAMIJA I GRAD ZBOG NJIH POSTAJE RUZAN :s :(

    Na skenderiji je nekada bila dzamija ako nisi znao i treba je sagraditi opet. Prvi put da neko kaze da grad izgleda ruzno zbog dzamija, pa gdje ce vjernici da klanjaju :ohno:
    - Mimar, in 17 years
  • http://img375.imageshack.us/img375/8260/bosmalcitycenter1uy.jpg

    Najkasnije za 12 mjeseci završetak Bosmal City Centra

    HVB Central Profit Banka, Nova banjalučka banka i Bosmal City Centar danas su u Sarajevu potpisali ugovor o finansiranju dovršetka građevinskih radova na Bosmal City Centru.
    Ugovor je vrijedan 36 miliona KM i dio je dogovora između HVB Central Profit Banke i malezijske Bank Islam Malavsia Berhard. Prema tom ugovoru za završne radove na Bosmalu HVB Central Profit Banka izdvaja 26 miliona KM , a Nova banjalučka banka oko 10 miliona KM.

    Kako je istaknuo danas na konferenciji za novinare u Sarajevu Edin Šabanović, generalni direktor Bosmal City Centra, visina potrebnih ulaganja za završetak radova na Bosmalu je oko 50 miliona KM, a radovi bi trebali biti završeni najkasnije za 12 mjeseci.

    U izgradnji i opremanju objekta angažirano je 65 firmi sa preko 3.500 radnika i , prema Šabanovićevim riječima , u njega je do sada uloženo oko 100 miliona KM.

    Šabanović je, ovom prigodom, negirao i navode pojedinih medija da zgrada Bosmala tone, naglasivši da je to čista «nebuloza», te da je 250.000 eura uloženo na ispitivanje tla i analiziranje adekvatnih temelja prije gradnje objekta.

    Izgradnja kondominijuma Bosmal City Centar počela je u novembru 2001. godine. Sa svojih 118 metara visine Bosmal City Centar će biti najviši stambeni objekat na Balkanu. Na najvišoj tački objekta nalazit će se panoramski restoran sa kojega će se pružati izvanredan pogled na Grad. U komercijalnom dijelu, koji je će biti otvoren za sve građane su dva restorana i meeting bar, supermarket, frizerski i kozmetički saloni, stomatološka ordinacija, ambulanta, oftamološka ordinacija i optika, krznarski salon, draguljarnica, prodaja umjetnina, butici sa ekskluzivnom robom.

    Centar nudi 306 stambenih jedinica - osam penthausa i 298 stanova, organiziranih u 14 tipova, veličine od 80 do 220 metara kvadratnih, koje devet brzih liftova povezuje sa garažno-poslovnim dijelom objekta.

    Stanari će biti apsolutno bezbjedni, jer će cijeli objekt nadzirati služba osiguranja koja će imati na raspolaganju preko 200 kamera, senzore i druga najsavremenija pomagala. Sa recepcije se kontroliraju komunikacijski prostori u centru, poslovni dio i podzemna garaža sa 400 parking mjesta.

    http://sarajevo-x.com/clanak/060808017
    - Mimar, in 17 years
  • @ sarajevo-city: so how does the parliament facade seem to you? ive heared that theyre using some special type of facades,which has never been used in this region before and that that facade was used on Burj Al Arab hotel in Dubai or something like that :)
    - mirza-sm, in 17 years
  • People need to stop bitching about new mosques being built by the Islamic community... you can't expect them to be building factories, now can you? What I get pissed off about is when some private investors do it.
    - BosRoker, in 17 years
  • well someone has got to rebuild the 1100 mosques that the serbs destroyed during the war :speech:

    .. so stop bitching ;-)
    .. after all, sarajevo was founded by muslims.. not serbs, so mars* nazad u novi sad
    - ajdin of sarajevo, in 17 years
  • When is this supposed to be done exactly? Wasn't it supposed to be finished last year but was rejected? I'm confused.

    They finished it, but not all three sides agreed. So, they're back at it again, trying to write something that'll work.
    - MIMICA, in 17 years
  • Sarajevo has too many mosques u can go and pray everywhere, and Sarajevo was not founded by muslims, it was founded by Bosnians - jews,muslims,chatolics...... :)
    - sniPsarajevo, in 17 years
  • someone should really start considering of banning this Ajdin guy..no,really...
    - mirza-sm, in 17 years
  • Please elts stop with the offtopic bs....yea mirza the facade is something I never seen before I will take pictures tomorrow, they wont be very nice since its going to rain tomorrow according to Hayat.... and I will post them on thursday....please lets stay on topic, try to be civilized damn it.
    - SaRaJeVo-City, in 17 years
  • I saw some renderings for skenderija last year on Hayat, the best one was with glass facade, but Im sure they have more renderings now, I`ll try to find them on the net
    - Mimar, in 17 years
  • no sniPsarajevo, i am pretty fucking sure the modern city of sarajevo was founded by Isa-Beg Isakovic, an ottoman governor of the province, a muslim.

    and the first cathedral in sarajevo wasnt built until 1903.
    the first synagogue in 1901.
    the first orthodox church in 1869.

    i am pretty fucking sure now more than ever, sarajevo was founded by muslims.
    after all, the name sarajevo comes from the word SARAY in turkish which literally means 'the garden palace', so im pretty fucking sure muslims founded my hometown.

    thanks for your 'opinion' though.

    CHEERS! :-)

    Under Isa-Beg Isaković, the first Ottoman governor of the Bosnia Province, the settlement was established as a city, named Bosna-Saraj, around the citadel in 1461. The governor oversaw the construction of the city's Old Town district, including a water-supply system, mosque, closed marketplace, public bath, hostel, and Governor's palace. Gazi Husrev-beg was appointed the second governor of the Bosnia Province in 1521 and built the city's first library, madrassa, school of Sufi philosophy, as well as the Sahat Kula clock tower.
    - ajdin of sarajevo, in 17 years
  • @Ajdin: Sarajevo (Vrhbosna) je osnovano(-la) u XIV vijeku od strane srpske porodice Pavlovića. Njihov stećak postoji i dan danas na teritoriji opštine Istočna Ilidža, a u planu je i spomen-muzej.
    - Pavle4488, in 17 years
  • yes, there was settlement there before anyone heard of the name sarajevo.. that doesnt mean the city of sarajevo ows its history to whoever lived there before, THE CITY and ITS NAME in MODERN TERMS and HISTORY are in the ROOT OF the OTTOMAN EMPIRE in the LATE 15TH CENTURY.. the name and what is TODAY downtown sarajevo and 100% of the 300+ year old architecture ows its history to muslims.. and ilidza isnt even part of what sarajevo was when it was founded, it just became incorporated into sarajevo as sarajevo expanded through a period of 500+ years and literally 'swallowed' the ancient settlements into what is MODERN sarajevo
    - ajdin of sarajevo, in 17 years
  • ajdine sine,bujrum u tursku tamo imaš muslimana koliko ti god srce zaželi :)
    - mirza-sm, in 17 years
  • A što mrzim kad mi 'vako neko dođe i počne priču da je svijet počeo da postoji dolaskom Turaka. Bilo je prije Turaka i Bosne, i Srba u Bosni, a ako ti to ne paše, jebiga, ja ti tu pomoći ne mogu, a istorija se ne može mijenjati....ili možda može?

    Hipotetičko pitanje, ne odgovaraj.
    - Pavle4488, in 18 years
  • @Ajdin: Sarajevo (Vrhbosna) je osnovano(-la) u XIV vijeku od strane srpske porodice Pavlovića. Njihov stećak postoji i dan danas na teritoriji opštine Istočna Ilidža, a u planu je i spomen-muzej.

    http://www.seattleu.edu/it/idc/workshop2003/websitemodel/module.one/images/guslebig.jpg
    - BosRoker, in 18 years
  • and the first cathedral in sarajevo wasnt built until 1903.

    Latinluk: 16th century.

    the first synagogue in 1901.

    1580.

    the first orthodox church in 1869.

    Early 16th century.

    yes, there was settlement there before anyone heard of the name sarajevo.. that doesnt mean the city of sarajevo ows its history to whoever lived there before, THE CITY and ITS NAME in MODERN TERMS and HISTORY are in the ROOT OF the OTTOMAN EMPIRE in the LATE 15TH CENTURY..

    Yes.
    - BosRoker, in 18 years
  • yes, there was settlement there before anyone heard of the name sarajevo.. that doesnt mean the city of sarajevo ows its history to whoever lived there before, THE CITY and ITS NAME in MODERN TERMS and HISTORY are in the ROOT OF the OTTOMAN EMPIRE in the LATE 15TH CENTURY.. the name and what is TODAY downtown sarajevo and 100% of the 300+ year old architecture ows its history to muslims.. and ilidza isnt even part of what sarajevo was when it was founded, it just became incorporated into sarajevo as sarajevo expanded through a period of 500+ years and literally 'swallowed' the ancient settlements into what is MODERN sarajevo

    Ajdine, you're an idiot, and it's fair to say that BosRoker proved that. No one likes you, go away and do whatever retards like yourself do.
    - MIMICA, in 18 years
  • go kill muslims. your better at that than arguing with me.
    - ajdin of sarajevo, in 18 years
  • dragi boze svaki put isto sranje

    hajde jebiga ohladite negdje na moru i maknite se sa foruma.

    any renders on the Skenderija Redevelopment
    - LordMarshall, in 18 years
  • ajdin of sarajevo can you please just drop it and stop argguing over bs, read the thread rules and if you dont understand them then your retarded so please just shut up or leave the thread, thank you. Everyone else please just ignore him thats the only way to get him to shut up, we live in the 21st century does it really fucking matter who discovered sarajevo? And all you others who keep argguing with him just drop it, your adults who act like kids no one cares who discovered sarajevo, no one is gonna get rich of it so just drop the shit, fuck we go thro this shit in every thread. Grow up and quit runining our threads.

    Anyway am gonna try to go today and take some pictures on marin dvor, so hopefully tomorrow or friday I can post those.

    MODS- PLEASE DON'T CLOSE THIS THREAD BEFORE AUGUST 24, I WILL OPEN THE NEW THREAD ON THE 25th SINCE I HAVE THE NEW LAYOUT, THANK YOU. (PS PLEASE DELETE THESE OFFTOPIC POSTS)
    - SaRaJeVo-City, in 18 years
  • go kill muslims. your better at that than arguing with me.

    Ur an idiot, a stupid kid who thinks that he can do everything on the forum, Sarajevo is "made" by BOSNIANs, so it dosent matters is it muslim, chatolic .......... what does matters is that Sarajevo is everyones, so U go on a ISLAMIC (VEHABIJA) FORUM and write everything u want.nobody on the forum is not so stupid and not educated like u ajdin to say that sarajevo is muslim, or just chatolic, or just jew...... :( !!!!
    - sniPsarajevo, in 18 years
  • ajdin of sarajevo can you please just drop it and stop argguing over bs, read the thread rules and if you dont understand them then your retarded so please just shut up or leave the thread, thank you. Everyone else please just ignore him thats the only way to get him to shut up, we live in the 21st century does it really fucking matter who discovered sarajevo? And all you others who keep argguing with him just drop it, your adults who act like kids no one cares who discovered sarajevo, no one is gonna get rich of it so just drop the shit, fuck we go thro this shit in every thread. Grow up and quit runining our threads.

    Anyway am gonna try to go today and take some pictures on marin dvor, so hopefully tomorrow or friday I can post those.

    MODS- PLEASE DON'T CLOSE THIS THREAD BEFORE AUGUST 24, I WILL OPEN THE NEW THREAD ON THE 25th SINCE I HAVE THE NEW LAYOUT, THANK YOU. (PS PLEASE DELETE THESE OFFTOPIC POSTS)

    sorry i continued argguing with him :(, but count on me to get the pics. of marijin dvor, do u want just the parlament or....
    - sniPsarajevo, in 19 years
  • go kill muslims.

    Go kill Muslims? Alright, I will. And you're the first one to go! :)

    Anyways, on a serious note:

    Sinoć ubistvo u Sarajevu

    http://www.sarajevo-x.com/media/images/vijesti/060809001.jpg

    Sinoć oko 19,40 sati na prostoru pijace "Ciglane", na raskrsnici ulica Halida Kajtaza i Patriotske lige, došlo je do upotrebe vatrenog oružja (automatske puške) od K. Sejada rođenog 1962. godine iz Sarajeva.

    Prlikom upotrebe vatrenog oružja, smrtno je stradao H. Muradif, rođen 1970. godine iz Sarajeva dok je A. Mirsad rođen 1986. godine iz Sarajeva zadobio teške tjelesne povrede, koji je prevezen u bolnicu Koševo radi ukazivanja ljekarske pomoći gdje je i zadržan, saopćeno je iz MUP-a Kantona Sarajevo.

    Nakon upotrebe vatrenog oružja, K. Sejad se sa svojom suprugom K. Sabahetom udaljio sa lica mjesta vozilom VW kombi registarskog broja 172-K-588.

    Brzom intervencijom službenika policije MUP-a KS blokadom šireg lokaliteta na raskrsnici ulica Halida Kajtaza i Put života u neposrednoj blizini Željezničke stanice, zaustavljeno je vozilo VW kombi i lišen slobode K. Sejad zbog postojanja osnovane sumnje da je počinio krivično djelo ubistva.

    Pregledom vozila pronađeno je vatreno oružje - automatska puška, kojom je izvršeno krivično djelo ubistva. O navedenom događaju obaviješten je dežurni tužilac Kantonalnog tužilaštva u Sarajevu koji je rukovodio uviđajem.

    Službenici policije MUP-a KS rade na dokumentovanju opisanog krivičnog djela i ustanovljavanju činjenica i okolnosti pod kojim je krivično djelo izvršeno, navodi se u saopćenju.
    - MIMICA, in 19 years
  • sorry i continued argguing with him :(, but count on me to get the pics. of marijin dvor, do u want just the parlament or....

    Take pictures of as much stuff as you can - completed projects, under construction projects, places where approved or proposed projects are going to get built, etc.
    The more pictures the better. :yes:
    - MIMICA, in 19 years
  • http://img375.imageshack.us/img375/6510/newsbanner9zu.jpg

    http://img116.imageshack.us/img116/2535/1qg4.jpg

    http://img116.imageshack.us/img116/1711/2lp5.jpg
    - Mimar, in 19 years
  • great news about the GRAS project.

    But did we need to post the murder news here?
    - LordMarshall, in 19 years
  • Ajdine, you're an idiot, and it's fair to say that BosRoker proved that. No one likes you, go away and do whatever retards like yourself do.
    :nocrook:
    - mirza-sm, in 19 years
  • haha its fools like urselves that end up in camps in prijedor during times of war instead of dying with a rifle in your hand. fucken.
    - ajdin of sarajevo, in 19 years
  • i wont stand here and listen a baby dipper what a patriot should do. while you are whipping your nose in a western countries its patriots like Mirza, Mimar, Mimica, Snips and many others who are rebuilding the motherland and striving to right what was once wronged. you sir are in no position to question the patriots of these Sons of Bosnia. when you return to the motherland then by all means question them. But now don’t you dare raise your pre-teen voice at them.

    Patriotism is not living in the past, but striving for the motherland to grow and prosper. Your job is to remember and never allow it to happen again. Hope for peace but be ready to do battle. But never, never start a conflict for conflicts sake. We wont start the flame wars but we will end them. This is the principle that you should strive for.
    - LordMarshall, in 19 years
  • great news about the GRAS project.

    But did we need to post the murder news here?

    My bad dude, I just thought it was kinda interesting.

    Anyways, people...PLEASE STOP TALKING ABOUT ANYTHING, AND I APPOLOGIZE FOR TALKING ABOUT OFF-TOPIC SHIT TOO. THIS IS A CONSRUCTION THREAD, AND WE ALL SHOULD UNDERSTAND THAT.
    - MIMICA, in 19 years
  • Anyways, now that I'm back in the construction update mood...

    What's going on with that project in Pofalica? I remember someone commenting on it as a "Tirana-style" project? I thought it looks pretty cool.
    - MIMICA, in 20 years
  • This thread is so ironic. :rofl:

    Good to hear about the rails but the murder news, not so good.
    - Krasna Sreča, in 20 years
  • Slabo navracam na ovaj Sarajevo thread, ali vidm da je prava ludnica ovdje. Pocev sa 'Mimicinim' avatarom pa sa ovim Ajdinom i na kraju sa crnom hronikom na 'developing thread-u'. Nema sta, samo u Bosni. Nebi skodilo malo manje price i vise rada. ;)
    - Mali, in 20 years
  • Only in BiH :D:D
    - Krasna Sreča, in 20 years
  • MOTHERLAND?!?!?! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHHA U ARE A FAGGOT GO DIE ALREADY UR OF NO USE TO BiH... AND ON TOP OF THAT.. YOUR A SERB!!!!!!! SO GO TO FUCKEN NOVI SAD, GET THE FUCK OUT OF MMMYYYY LAAAANNNDDDDDD AND QUIT CALLING IT YOUR OWN U FUCK

    'MY JOB' IS TO SOMEDAY ACHIEVE WHAT CROATS ACHIEVED IN THIS PAST WAR IN QUESTION WITH THE SERB PROBLEM.. NOT TO ALLOW MY DAUGHTERS TO AS MUCH AS TOUCH YOUR FILTHY CULTURE AND BLOOD

    THAT IS MY FUCKING JOB. :D
    - ajdin of sarajevo, in 20 years
  • Ahh, here's the project in Pofalica. :yes:

    http://img527.imageshack.us/img527/4176/pofalici5oa.jpg
    - MIMICA, in 20 years
  • how come they make all the new buildings all these hot pink, hot colors and extremely bright and colorful?! it would look more luxurious if it had a nice tan color or something less annoying to the eye.. i think of it like airplanes.. they make the paint job so you wanna look at it, not so its too colorful to deter you away.. its a great color for a barbie car though gotta give em that :|
    - ajdin of sarajevo, in 21 years
  • ^^ Guess what? Come on guess? That's right you are :banned:. Reporting as I'm typing this.
    - Krasna Sreča, in 21 years
  • thanks LM : )
    - mirza-sm, in 21 years
  • Slabo navracam na ovaj Sarajevo thread, ali vidm da je prava ludnica ovdje. Pocev sa 'Mimicinim' avatarom pa sa ovim Ajdinom i na kraju sa crnom hronikom na 'developing thread-u'. Nema sta, samo u Bosni. Nebi skodilo malo manje price i vise rada. ;)

    Pa kada malo razmislim ti grijesis, jer mi na balkanu smo svi isti da ste vi bolji malo od nas ili mi od vas ne bi bilo rata.... a i ove gluposti pisu samo seljaci koji su pobjegli iz bih u ratu i sada nesto pricaju (cast izuzecima), dok ovi pravi koji su bili u ratu sute i zele da zive u miru koji je tesko dobiven sute :cheers:

    P.S i couldnt get the pics because its raining :D :scouserd:
    - sniPsarajevo, in 21 years
  • yup
    - LordMarshall, in 21 years
  • http://img375.imageshack.us/img375/6510/newsbanner9zu.jpg

    Potpisan Ugovor o finansiranju Doma mladih Skenderija iz Budžeta Grada Sarajeva

    Zamjenik gradonačelnice Sarajeva Predrag Mitrović i gen.direktor Centra "Skenderija" Sarajevo Suad Džindo potpisali su danas Ugovor o finansijskoj podršci Doma mladih Skenderija iz Budžeta Grada Sarajeva. Shodno ovom Ugovoru Grad Sarajevo će sa 150.000 KM sufinansirati Dom mladih Skenderija i to u projektu koji se odnosi na ugradnju tri lifta u prostoru Dancing dvorane, što predstavlja nastavak podrške Grada u nastojanjima da se ovaj objekat vrati mladima grada Sarajeva.


    "Ovo nije prvi put da Grad pomaže obnovu Doma mladih. Ranije smo izdvojili 180.000 KM, a ovaj put dodatnih 150.000 sa ciljem da Domu mladih vratimo prijeratni značaj i ulogu, a mladima grada Sarajeva osiguramo uvjete za izražavanje kreativnih sposobnosti.", istakao je dogradonačelnik Mitrović koji je podsjetio da se u Domu mladih nekada pravila poznata "sarajevska muzička scena", organizirale literarne večeri i drugi kulturno-umjetnički sadržaji za mlade. Dogradonačelnik je istakao da će Grad Sarajevo nastaviti pomagati obnovu Doma mladih Skenderija kako bi se on što prije vratio mladima našeg grada.

    Generalni direktor Centra Skenderija Suad Džindo zahvalio se Gradu na finansijskoj podršci ističući da Grad ovim dokazuje kako vodi brigu o mladima i o svojim objektima. On je podsjetio da je za ukupnu obnovu Doma mladih neophodno osigurati 8 miliona KM, a za obnovu Dancing dvorane 4,5 miliona.
    "Nadamo se da ćemo u narednih nekoliko mjeseci uspjeti završiti obnovu Dancing dvorane, te je pustiti u rad. Završena je najteža konstruktivna faza, a trenutno se izvode enterijerski radovi.", podsjetio je Džindo.

    Link: http://sarajevo.ba/ba/stream.php?sta=3&pid=446&kat=2
    - LordMarshall, in 21 years
  • Great reply LM.
    - MIMICA, in 21 years
  • Valley of the Shehids, eh?

    Jel to nesto kao nasa Ravna Gora?:lol:
    - Similos, in 21 years
  • Valley of the Shehids, eh?

    Jel to nesto kao nasa Ravna Gora?:lol:

    KM i usual dont take your remarks seriously. but i find your disrespect for Srebrenica and the Potocari Memorial insulting to the core. it revolts me that some can take it as a laughing mater. how would you feel if we were to call Jasenovac a retirement community.
    - LordMarshall, in 21 years
  • Iskreno se izvinjavam, kao i obicno, nisam mislio pre nego sto sam to napisao.
    Nisam ja neki tip koji se podsmeva takvih stvarima.

    Malo me je zainteresovala ta "Dolina Sehida", cuo sam za to par puta, ali nemam predstavu kako izgleda.

    Evo, da se iskupim, jedna lepa slika Sarajeva popodne...

    http://img111.imageshack.us/img111/4890/sarajevorn8.jpg (http://imageshack.us)
    - Similos, in 21 years
  • thanks KM it takes a man to retrack a statment.

    thanks for the pic
    - LordMarshall, in 21 years
  • Iskreno se izvinjavam, kao i obicno, nisam mislio pre nego sto sam to napisao.
    Nisam ja neki tip koji se podsmeva takvih stvarima.

    So this is the real KM? :) :applause:
    - MIMICA, in 21 years
  • unlike you i held a rifle in the war and defended myself. thats one more thing than you ever did you lil hiding bitch.
    - ajdin of sarajevo, in 21 years
  • toy guns dont count and playing war in the west isnt the same as fighting it kiddo

    ;)
    - LordMarshall, in 21 years
  • unlike you i held a rifle in the war and defended myself. thats one more thing than you ever did you lil hiding bitch.

    You're born in 89', and you expect us to believe you fought in the war? :laugh:
    - MIMICA, in 22 years
  • Wait Wait, let me laugh! :rofl:
    - Krasna Sreča, in 22 years
  • why even bother discussing with a child?? ure worse than him..
    - mirza-sm, in 22 years
  • ^^ Because he doesn't know anything but w/e I removed it though this doesn't mean that he still isn't retarded. :D:D
    - Krasna Sreča, in 22 years
  • ^^ LOL :D
    - mirza-sm, in 22 years
  • mirza u fag get a life who makes 1500 posts? and mimica and lordmarshall im willing to bet $50 you go out once a month or less ;-)
    - ajdin of sarajevo, in 22 years
  • Idiot, you heterosexual... go blow yourself (up).



    Speaking about blowing, somebody planted a bomb at Izetbegovic's grave last night. It went off and there was glass damage and stuff. The elections are coming up?
    - SpotlessMind, in 22 years
  • Ajdine, buraz, Lord Marshall ima 120 kila i nosi one velike debele socijalističke cvikere, Mimica je k'o čačkalica, Mirzu jebe ko stigne, a Spotless Mind je nacional-šovinista, vidiš da non-stop visi na Alijinom grobu. A ja....ja sam fin momak koji ponekad bezazleno zaluta da vidi šta ima novo.

    Ukratko, to bi bilo to. Eto, sad znaš s kim imaš posla ;o)
    - Pavle4488, in 22 years
  • it seems to me that yossarian, Similos, and ajdin of sarajevo have all breached the rules of these forums...... i would supprort their banning.

    they seem to insult people and offer nothing in return. if there is ever any vote to ban people please allow me to partake in it.
    - sale, in 22 years
  • http://img375.imageshack.us/img375/6510/newsbanner9zu.jpg

    Gradnja stanova za oporavak građevinske kompanije

    Građevinska kompanija Vranica Sarajevo, jedna od najpoznatijih prijeratnih bh. firmi iz oblasti visokogradnje, prevazišla je krizu u koju je zapala početkom 2000. godine. Posljednje tri godine Vranica posluje pozitivno, obaveze kompanije znatno su smanjene, a direktor Edin Zekić u narednom periodu očekuje još bolje rezultate poslovanja. Svoj optimizam uglavnom temelji na brojnim najavama izgradnje objekata u Sarajevu, ali i na povratku Vranice na veliko rusko tržište.

    "U posljednje vrijeme jasno se nazire da će doći do pozitivnog pomaka u sektoru visokogradnje u Bosni i Hercegovini. Mnogo investitora priprema značajne projekte, te će to, uz izgradnju autocesta, podstaći cjelokupan građevinski sektor u BiH. Vjerujem da će se u svemu tome i Vranica pronaći", kaže Zekić u razgovoru za Dane.

    Povratak u Rusiju Vranica u posljednje tri godine bilježi profit. On, doduše, nije spektakularan, ali je ipak dobit, što se dramatično razlikuje od prethodnih godina kada je Vranica poslovala s velikim gubicima. Neto dobit ove građevinske kompanije se sa 22 hiljade KM na kraju 2003. godine povećala na 88 hiljada KM krajem prošle godine. No, mnogo je važnija činjenica da su ukupni prihodi Vranice u 2005. godini porasli sa 19 na 30 miliona KM. Procentualno gledajući, prihodi ove građevinske kompanije u prošloj godini porasli su za 59,5 posto.

    Vranica većinu svojih prihoda ostvaruje u našoj zemlji, i to u segmentu izgradnje stanova i poslovnih prostora za komercijalne potrebe. Godišnje ova kompanija izgradi oko šezdesetak stanova, a posljednji veliki projekti na kojima je radila su stambene zgrade u sarajevskim naseljima u Paromlinskoj ulici i u Pofalićima, te u naselju Donja Mahala u Mostaru.

    Četvrtinu prihoda Vranica ostvari od poslova u inostranstvu, prvenstveno u Njemačkoj, gdje posluje od osamdesetih godina. Centrala Vranice za Njemačku je u Bavarskoj, u Münchenu, odakle pristižu godišnji prihodi od otprilike šest do sedam miliona KM. No, prošle godine Vranica se uspjela vratiti i na tržište Ruske Federacije gdje je prije ekonomske krize početkom devedesetih godina uspješno radila. Vranica je iz tog perioda zadržala dobru reputaciju i važne poslovne veze na osnovu kojih se sada uspjela vratiti na tamošnje tržište.

    Oporavak od krize Ukupna aktiva Vranice je krajem prošle godine iznosila 28,7 miliona KM, a osnovni kapital 8,9 miliona KM. Opterećena brojnim dugovanjima iz prethodnog perioda, Vranica postepeno smanjuje dugovanja, tako da su ukupne obaveze na kraju 2005. godine iznosile 19,7 miliona KM. Koeficijent ukupne zaduženosti Vranice, koji ustvari predstavlja odnos ukupnih obaveza naspram ukupne imovine, trenutno iznosi 0,68. To je visok stepen zaduženosti, no, poređenja radi, kažimo da većina hrvatskih kompanija iz ovog sektora ima otprilike isti koeficijent zaduženosti kao Vranica.

    Vranica ima emitovanih ukupno 223.973 dionica kojima se trguje na Sarajevskoj berzi. U posljednjih nekoliko dana, dionice Vranice na berzi dostižu rekordne vrijednosti od 22 KM po dionici, iako je obim transakcija nizak (oko 5.000 KM dnevno). No, veći obimi transakcija u posljednje vrijeme su ostvareni pri prosječnoj cijeni od 21,74 KM, što može sugerisati da dionice ove kompanije dobro "kotiraju" kod investitora.

    Obzirom da se kompanija oporavila od krize u koju je zapala s početkom privatizacije, te imajući u vidu i činjenicu da trenutno tržišna kapitalizacija Vranice iznosi 4.927.406 KM, može se pretpostaviti da će njeni vrijednosni papiri postati veoma interesantni određenim investitorima u narednom periodu. Međutim, P/E (Price to earnings) koeficijent, koji u slučaju Vranice iznosi 55,5, ukazuje na to da je trenutna vrijednost dionica na tržištu precijenjena, uglavnom ako se poredi sa finansijskim rezultatima kompanije.



    Edin Zekić, direktor Vranice Sarajevo
    Bez konkurencije u oblasti stanogradnje



    DANI: Gospodine Zekić, šta se u posljednje vrijeme dešavalo s Vranicom?

    ZEKIĆ: Vranica je zaista prošla kroz dosta težak put u zadnjih pet-šest godina od, recimo, trenutka kada je baš u Danima objavljen tekst o Vranici pod naslovom "Finale propasti". Taj je tekst objavljen u oktobru 2000. godine kada se Vranica zaista nalazila u jako teškom položaju. Dugovi su se nagomilali, i prema dobavljačima i prema radnicima za plate, državi smo dugovali za poreze i doprinose, bankama za kredite i tako dalje. To je bio period kada se Vranica nalazila i pred privatizacijom, opterećena sa zaista mnogo problema, od neraščišćenih odnosa u pogledu unutrašnje organizacije firme, do nedostatka posla. Vranica je u tom periodu bila organizirana kao prije rata kada je zapošljavala šest hiljada ljudi i kada je radila na nekoliko kontinenata. No, nakon rata Vranica je ostala samo na dijelu tržišta Federacije BiH, a na tržištima u inostranstvu kompanija praktično nije ni bila prisutna. Od tog vremena do danas smatram da je u Vranici urađen veliki posao: firma je uspješno reorganizovana, a završena je i privatizacija po modelu javnog upisa dionica.

    DANI: Većinski dioničar Vranice danas je PIF Bosfin koji, prema podacima Registra za vrijednosne papire u FBiH, kontrolira oko 16 posto dionica?

    ZEKIĆ: Ne, većinski dioničari Vranice su bivši i sadašnji uposlenici kompanije. To su mali dioničari, koji u strukturi kapitala zajedno imaju 84 posto udjela. No, to je veliki broj sitnih dioničara od kojih niko pojedinačno nema više od PIF-a Bonus, pa se on zato i pojavljuje kod Registra kao najveći pojedinačni dioničar.

    DANI: Kako danas poslujete?

    ZEKIĆ: Nakon okončane privatizacije, učinjeni su značajni potezi na prilagođavanju Vranice trenutnom tržišnom ambijentu. Kada kažem prilagođavanje, mislim prije svega na proširenje kapaciteta koji su potrebni da bi se opstalo na tržištu. Vranica danas djeluje na tržištu FBiH, te na tržištu Njemačke. Nedavno smo se uspjeli vratiti i na tržište Rusije. U proteklom periodu učinjeno je dosta toga na konsolidovanju finansijskog stanja firme u odnosu na 2000. godinu - obaveze su znatno smanjene, tako da Vranica danas posluje pozitivno. Dokaz za to su, između ostalog, i posljednje tri godine koje smo završili sa pozitivnim finansijskim rezultatima. Istina, dobit možda i nije tolika da bi osigurala trajno stabilan položaj na tržištu, no ipak je jako bitno što je stvoren preduslov da se u narednim godinama dobit povećava.

    DANI: Kakvi su planovi?

    ZEKIĆ: Što se tiče planova za, recimo, period do 2010. godine, to su, prije svega, daljnji razvoj tržišne izgradnje stanova i poslovnih prostora za komercijalnu prodaju, te razvoj proizvodnje montažnih elemenata po kojoj je Vranica ovdje poznata. Naravno, tu je i proširenje tržišta u inostranstvu. To prije svega podrazumijeva nastavak poslovanja u Njemačkoj, gdje Vranica radi od osamdesetih godina. U Njemačkoj se trenutno osjeća jaka konsolidacija nakon prošlogodišnje krize te povećana potražnja investitora za radovima koje Vranica izvodi. Želja nam je da tamo povećamo promet koji godišnje trenutno iznosi oko šest miliona maraka, ali ćemo se u narednom periodu fokusirati i na daljnji razvoj radova na teritoriji Ruske Federacije, te na pokušaj prodora na tržišta Češke i Hrvatske. Moskva je trenutno jedno od najvećih gradilišta na svijetu. Radi se enormno veliki broj stanova za sve slojeve društva, od socijalnih slučajeva do ultrabogatih korisnika. Interesantno je pomenuti da se prodajna vrijednost kvadratnog metra stana u Moskvi danas kreće od 2.000 do 25.000 dolara. Što se tiče domaćeg tržišta, pokušat ćemo da radimo i na području RS-a. Plan za ovu godinu je otprilike na nivou prošlogodišnjeg, dakle na nivou ukupne realizacije iz osnovne aktivnosti u iznosu od 25 miliona KM.

    DANI: Ko vam je u BiH glavni tržišni konkurent?

    ZEKIĆ: Što se tiče stanogradnje, tu u zadnje vrijeme skoro da nemamo ozbiljne konkurencije. Mi otprilike godišnje izgradimo i prodamo oko šezdesetak stanova za tržište i za sada nemamo ozbiljnije konkurente. A što se tiče ostalih poslova u visokogradnji, tu ima dosta konkurentnih firmi: tu su GP Bosna, ŽGP, Ans Drive, OKI i tako dalje.


    Šta kažu brokeri
    Atraktivna djelatnost i imovinski spor



    Adi Ahić, direktor brokerske kuće VGT Broker Visoko, smatra da Vranica može lako da postane meta nekog strateškog partnera, što bi moglo prouzrokovati rast vrijednosti dionica. "Kako nijedno lice još nema kontrolni paket Vranice, moguće je da ona postane meta nekog strateškog partnera, jer se radi o firmi koja ima atraktivnu djelatnost, stanogradnju, a ima i značajnog iskustva u inostranstvu. Osim toga, tržišna vrijednost joj je trenutno oko pet miliona KM, što za ozbiljnije investitore nije prevelik novac", kaže Ahić za Dane.

    No, Armin Mulahusić, jedan od prvih ovlaštenih investicionih savjetnika u BiH, naglašava da Vranica nije u pretjerano dobroj finansijskoj situaciji, naročito ako se uzmu u obzir velike obaveze komapnije. "Vranica ima dosta obaveza. Međutim, na nju će pozitivno utjecati novi zakon Vlade FBiH o otpisu dugovanja svih kompanija koje su bile ili koje su još uvijek u državnom vlasništvu. Vranica, također, može biti interesantna i zbog posjedovanja nekretnina i zemljišta u okolini prodajnog centra Wisa u Sarajevu, ali se oko tog zemljišta vodi imovinski spor", kaže Mulahusić.

    On dodaje da je nedavno grupa slovenskih investitora počela pojačano da kupuje dionice Vranice na berzi. Međutim, riječ je, prema njemu, o špekulativnim namjerama (kupi jeftino - prodaj brzo po višoj cijeni), što, u osnovi, i ne mora da bude loše.

    http://www.bhdani.com/inc/jpeg.asp?tabela=slika&slika=slika&pk1=slika_id&id1=2455
    - LordMarshall, in 22 years
  • SARAJEVO, Bosnia (Reuters) -- The tomb of Bosnia's wartime president and top Muslim leader Alija Izetbegovic was blown up in an explosion early on Friday in Sarajevo's Old Town, the police said.

    "The tomb of Bosnia's first president, Alija Izetbegovic, was damaged by an explosive device," a duty officer said.

    He said the explosion occurred around 3:05 a.m. (0105 GMT). Nobody was injured and surrounding buildings were only slightly damaged.

    State and regional prosecutors were notified and an investigation is under way, officer Jerko Budimir said.

    The police cordoned off the Muslim cemetery where Bosnian army soldiers killed during the 1992-95 siege of the capital had been buried, the state radio reported.


    hmph.. that reminds me!! :runaway:


    Are you always going to think about the war? Move on with your life, the rest of us have...

    .. yes
    .. yes

    apparently the rest of us in bosnia have moved on from post-war hatred

    mimica ur a fucken idiot. go die.
    - ajdin of sarajevo, in 22 years
  • hmph.. that reminds me!! :runaway:



    .. yes
    .. yes

    apparently the rest of us in bosnia have moved on from post-war hatred

    mimica ur a fucken idiot. go die.

    :rofl:

    No need to get your panies all in a bundle just because I caught you lying. ;)

    You: "I fought with a GUN in my hands protecting myself!" :crazy:
    Me: "Sure little buddy, I'm sure someone born in 89' could even LIFT a gun." :laugh:
    - MIMICA, in 23 years
  • Ajdine, buraz, Lord Marshall ima 120 kila i nosi one velike debele socijalističke cvikere, Mimica je k'o čačkalica, Mirzu jebe ko stigne, a Spotless Mind je nacional-šovinista, vidiš da non-stop visi na Alijinom grobu. A ja....ja sam fin momak koji ponekad bezazleno zaluta da vidi šta ima novo.

    Ukratko, to bi bilo to. Eto, sad znaš s kim imaš posla ;o)

    I bet she/he planted the bomb too. :scouserd:

    :rofl:
    - Krasna Sreča, in 23 years
  • hmph.. that reminds me!! :runaway:



    .. yes
    .. yes

    apparently the rest of us in bosnia have moved on from post-war hatred

    mimica ur a fucken idiot. go die.

    Shut up foo', Bring my *****s ova to ur house and beat ya sorry ass dawg.:lol:

    Haha I hated that president, his grave should be somewhere in Aantartica where he belongs. Tried to set up an Islamic state pff.
    - Krasna Sreča, in 23 years
  • Any news on the fantastic Grand Media Center?

    http://img341.imageshack.us/img341/2926/36sn.jpg

    I love BBI by the way, a great project:yes:
    - 7t, in 24 years
  • ^^ Will start construction summer 2007 along side other towers in the area like Unitec 3.
    - Krasna Sreča, in 24 years
  • Ok, thanks.
    - 7t, in 24 years
  • ...Mimica je k'o čačkalica...

    If only you knew :rofl:
    - BosRoker, in 24 years
  • Ajdine, buraz, Lord Marshall ima 120 kila i nosi one velike debele socijalističke cvikere, Mimica je k'o čačkalica, Mirzu jebe ko stigne, a Spotless Mind je nacional-šovinista, vidiš da non-stop visi na Alijinom grobu. A ja....ja sam fin momak koji ponekad bezazleno zaluta da vidi šta ima novo.

    Ukratko, to bi bilo to. Eto, sad znaš s kim imaš posla ;o)

    Ajdine,buraz Yossarian je... on je.... ne usuđujem se ni izgovoriti.. on je.. s... s........ Srbin !!!

    :D:D
    - mirza-sm, in 24 years
  • ^^ :rofl:

    This just keeps getting better and better.
    - Krasna Sreča, in 25 years
  • Ok, thanks.

    No problemo, If you have any other questions please ask any of the BiH forumers or for more personal questions you might be seeking answers to, you can ask Mirza. :jk:

    :rofl::rofl:
    - Krasna Sreča, in 25 years
  • :D :D
    - mirza-sm, in 25 years
  • ^^ Sorry dude but it is funny. Well for me anyway. :D

    Back on subject before LordMarshall shoots us all O_O

    Preporođena Bosna


    U nastavku pročitajte kako izgleda post-dejtonska Bosna i Hercegovina, viđena očima novinara Newsweeka. Nekadašnja opustošena zemlja Evrope, uništena ratom, ideologijama i etničkom mržnjom, vraća se na velika vrata. Piše: Ginanne Brownell.
    Elvir Čaušević napustio je Sarajevo 1990. godine, malo prije nego je rat zahvatio Bosnu i razbio je u parčad. Nedavno se sa 33 godine i američkim obrazovanjem (postao je član istraživačkog osoblja Univerziteta Yale), vraća u Sarajevo, oduševljen transformacijom grada. Sarajevo - razoreni grad čiji su se snimci oštećenih i spaljenih zgrada često prikazivali na TV stanicama tokom mračnih godina, grad lišen nekadašnjeg kozmopolitizma.

    Ali, ne više. Sarajevo je danas slika evropske metropole u procvatu, pun šik restorana i glamuroznih umjetničkih galerija. Kranovi su ispunili nebo, podižući nove kancelarije i dajući novo lice, između ostalih, i bosanskoj postmodernoj zgradi Parlamenta, uništenoj tokom rata. Šetajući po kaldrmi sarajevske Bašćaršije – krivudavim labirintom kafana i suvenirnica gdje se može kupiti sve, od setova za tursku kafu do majica na kojima piše „I'm muslim, don't panic“, Čaušević pozitivno govori.

    http://www.sarajevo-x.com/media/images/vijesti/060812016.1.jpg
    Baščaršija

    „Sada je vrijeme za ovu zemlju,“ on poručuje. Njegov plan je osnovati filijale svoje njujorške firme, koja se bavi medicinskim instrumentima, u Sarajevu i Tuzli – što je odlična investicija, vjeruje on, zbog snažne tradicije inženjerskih zanimanja u Bosni i zbog još uvijek jeftine radne snage. Već je uposlio 12 ljudi i očekuje da će taj broj narasti do 100 tokom narednih par godina. „Vidim pravi entuzijazam ovdje,“ zaključuje on, govoreći o optimizmu građana.

    Teško je povjerovati da je ovo Bosna – zemlja o kojoj je svijet naučio po terminu „etničko čišćenje.“ Deceniju nakon što je završio brutalni rat, zemlja se napokon odvaja od divljih događanja.

    http://www.sarajevo-x.com/media/images/vijesti/060812016.5.jpg
    Razoreno Sarajevo

    Nedavni izvještaj Svjetske banke mami investitore „pričom o uspjehu u post-konfliktnoj zemlji“. I ona, BiH, zaista izgleda tako. „Naša ekonomija nekada je bila u potpunosti u zavisnosti o međunarodnoj pomoći,“ kaže premijer Adnan Terzić za Newsweek. Ipak, ovih dana, kaže on optimistično, iako pomalo uštogljeno, znakovi ukazuju na “ozbiljnu održivost.“

    http://www.sarajevo-x.com/media/images/vijesti/060812016.2.jpg
    Premijer BiH, Adnan Terzić (:rofl: great face.)

    GDP Bosne i Hercegovine utrostručio se u posljednjoj deceniji. Izvoz, uključujući čelik i drvnu građu, povećao se za 50 posto. Vlasti su uspješno privatizirale banke. Direktna strana ulaganja utrostručila su se od 1999. godine na 750 miliona eura u 2004. godini – i taj trend brzo raste dalje. Za razliku od susjednih Hrvatske i Srbije Bosna praktično nema vanjskog duga. Sa dva posto, inflacija je niža nego u Velikoj Britaniji. "Mislim da je dobar savjet za odbore kompanija da malo bolje pogledaju Bosnu i Hercegovinu,“ kaže Dirk Reinermann, direktor Svjetske banke za BiH.

    No, teško da su nevolje Bosne okončane. U središnjim i jugoistočnim dijelovima zemlje, učenici muslimani su odvojeni od djece katolika u 52 škole (kada su upravitelji u jednom od takvih područja pokušali spojiti školsko dvorište, primili su toliko prijetećih telefonskih poziva da su odbacili taj plan). U RS-u, čiju populaciju 90 posto čine Srbi, šuška se o referendumu o neovisnosti. (S pregovorima UN-a koji se odvijaju u Beču o neovisnosti Kosova, to i nije tako bezazlena prijetnja). Čak i ispijanje piva može postati političko pitanje. U sjevernom i središnjem dijelu Viteza, narudžba bosanskog sarajevskog piva ili hrvatskog karlovačkog, ovisi o tome u kojem od pomenutih dijelova grada živite. Sa 20 posto populacije države, koja živi ispod crte siromaštva, oni u ruralnim područjima jedva preživljavaju. Trgovina drogom, organizirani kriminal i ilegalna sječa i prijevoz debala predstavljaju problem epidemioloških razmjera. Članstvo u NATO-u će ostati samo neispunjen san, sve dok ratni zločinci Radovan Karadžić i Ratko Mladić, koji se možda kriju u RS-u, ne budu uhvaćeni.

    Ipak, do kraja godine se očekuje da će Bosna potpisati Sporazum o stabilizaciji i pridruživanju, kao veliki korak ka priključenju Evopskoj uniji. U zadnjih deset godina, svaka strana je imala svoje vlastite sudove, carinske i poreske službe. Sada je kontrolu preuzela državna vlada. Prije tri godine, prema riječima jednog zapadnog diplomate, "Srbi bi vas dobro ismijali da ste im kazali da će služiti u integriranoj vojsci." Danas, upravo to i čine. U junu mjesecu, Bosna je, po prvi put u više od deset godina, dobila kontrolu nad svojim zračnim prostorom.

    Posebno u Sarajevu možete vidjeti kako nacionalne grupe obnavljaju stare veze, možda ne na topao način, ali s ohrabrujućim međusobnim prihvatanjem. Mnogi Srbi koji su pobjegli iz glavnog grada tokom rata, vraćaju se u posjet. Skijaški obronci planine Igman postaju sve više kulturno izmiješani, kao i sarajevski kafići i koncertne dvorane. Početkom ovog ljeta, gomile ljudi su izašle kako bi slušali popularnu srbijansku turbo-folk pjevačicu, Jelenu Karleušu. Pravoslavni, katolički i muslimanski vjerski lideri redovno se sastaju i često zajedno obilaze gradove širom Bosne. "Ovo je postala mnogo više pragmatična i mnogo manje ideološki nacionalistička država nego što je to bila prije nekoliko godina," kaže novinar Allan Little, koautor "Smrti Jugoslavije".

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    Sarajevo - skupltura Multireligijskog čovjeka

    Slika je lošija izvan glavnog grada. Duž puta koji vodi od Sarajeva do Zenice ožiljci rata još uvijek su vidljivi: kosturi izgorjelih kuća, sela koja se čine mnogo praznija nego što bi trebala biti. Ipak, znaci napretka su i ovdje vidljivi. Velika većina ratom razorenih gradova i sela u Bosni je obnovljena. Prema brojkama kojima rapolaže vlada, 98 posto imovine koja je nezakonito bila prisvojena tokom borbi, vraćena je zakonitim vlasnicima ili njihovoj preživjeloj najbližoj rodbini. Nacionalna struktura u nekim mjestima je izmijenjena. Mnogi Srbi, Hrvati ili Muslimani prodali su svoje kuće u područjima u kojima bi se mogli osjećati nelagodno, i kupili kuće tamo gdje su u nacionalnoj većini. Ali, ostali su se vratili u mjesta iz kojih su istjerani, ako ništa, onda zbog toga što im je tamo dom.

    Posjetite bošnjačko selo Ahmiće, pretvoreno u ruševine od strane hrvatskih snaga, u aprilu 1993. godine. Bijeli minaret lokalne džamije, srušen tokom masakra koji je oduzeo 118 života, ponovo je izgrađen. Iz visokotehnološke stereo linije ori se poziv na molitvu pet puta dnevno

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    Srušena džamija u Ahmićima

    Druga džamija, uzbrdo od otvorenog košarkaškog igrališta, je u izgradnji. Njen unutrašnji kostur izgrađen od cigle služi kao sastajalište za djevojčice u predpubertetskoj dobi nedjeljom uveče, koje nose moderne marame na glavi i flertuju s dječacima.

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    Novoizgrađeni krst u Ahmićima

    Duž vijugavih, borovima oivičenih, puteva u RS-u, s rijetko kojim saobraćajnim znakom, i to samo na ćirilici ispisanim, naziru se minareti i katolički križevi kako se uzdižu u daljini.

    Ako ijedno mjesto može posvjedočiti o tome koliko daleko je Bosna stigla, onda je to njen sjeverni grad Brčko, smješten posve blizu srbijanskoj i hrvatskoj granici. Ovaj izuzetno problematičan komad teritorije bio je "most" koji je povezivao zapadne krajeve RS-a sa istokom uže Srbije. Sve do danas, područjem Brčkog se upravlja odvojeno od ostalih bosanskih entiteta, pod nadzorom američkog supervizora kojeg je postavio UN.

    Theres more but It doesn't have much to do with sarajevo though you can use this link to read the rest.

    Link: http://www.sarajevo-x.com/clanak/060812016
    - Krasna Sreča, in 25 years
  • Koja hrpa gluposti. Žali Bože papira.
    - Pavle4488, in 25 years
  • not a bad article another in line of those reborn articles that have been poping out in the last few months.

    starting next month we could see the first BiH tv spot on CNN.
    - LordMarshall, in 25 years
  • when are those sarajevo pics coming someone promised on thursday? and today is sunday !! :rant:
    - mirza-sm, in 25 years
  • I CANT BELIEVE BASCARSIJA ISNT ON UN HERITAGE SITE LIST.. thats BS!! if some damn lake in croatia gets on the list why cant the beauty of bascarsija as well? omg..
    - ajdin of sarajevo, in 25 years
  • when are those sarajevo pics coming someone promised on thursday? and today is sunday !! :rant:

    Sarajevo City is coming back on the 27th or so, so i guess after that we will see new pics.

    but yeah we need more pictures.
    - LordMarshall, in 26 years

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