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Mostar 14...

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Mostar 14 sent on December 05, 2015 (15:25) by MaxShutterSpeed. 5 comments, 310 views.






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sent on February 06, 2016 (20:26) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

The whole series is beautiful, both for the shots you for the excellent b & n, but this has something extra: top a cross silhouetted against the sky. Below the towers of a mosque, among the houses ... A steep hill, barren and empty separates them. So we humans, who after all, pray to the same God.

Congratulations, Alberto.

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sent on February 06, 2016 (21:11) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

You have made a good report, this is the image that struck me even more for reasons well explained by Alberto.
Congratulations, hello.

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sent on February 08, 2016 (9:30) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Hello Alberto and Caterina, I'm glad you enjoyed the story and the pictures.

This actually represents very well, and in short, the history of Mostar ... and beyond. Two religions, two ways of life that live together but at some point explode in a conflict that leads to mutual destruction. Destruction stopped only thanks to outside intervention ...

This, like everything else, in Mostar has a dual interpretation. The hill between the two religious symbols, the cross and minarets, is precisely the distance between the two in Mostar. They are in the same place, but distant.

For the Muslims of Mostar this cross on the hill is not a symbol of peace, for them is a kind of warning put them by their Christian at the point where they were placed heavy weapons that struck the city.

There are many stories that describe the facts in a different way and it is difficult to understand what exactly the truth.
However, once in place and inquiring a little 'is not difficult to understand what exactly happened.


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sent on August 04, 2017 (11:31) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Beautiful all. Great black and white. This is what I like the most. Compliments

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sent on August 04, 2017 (17:51) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Thanks Andrea ... even for me it is one of the most significant.




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