Marijin Dvor is another neighborhood of Sarajevo. Close to the city center, it is known for its Austro-Hungarian architecture. It has seen a lot of development since this time- it is home to the Holiday Inn, where journalists stayed during the war, the Unitic Towers, and Parliament. During the war, it became a well-known district; its main street was nicknamed “Sniper Alley.” Today it is undergoing reconstruction and upkeep. Some of the buildings have not yet been repaired from the war, but many are in progress. It’s one of the up-and-coming business and commercial retail districts in Sarajevo.
One of the busier roads in Sarajevo runs through this neighborhood. Although the details on some of the buildings are in disrepair, they are still very beautiful.
Note the satellite dish.
Contrast between one building which was completely destroyed during the war and another still-functioning building.
The orderly rows of Austro-Hungarian buildings in Marijin Dvor.