A Little Town called Trebinje in Srpska

When the 1990s Balkan wars ended, the Dayton accord set out that Bosnia and Herzegovina was to be divided in two: 51 % to Bosniaks and Croats (the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina), and 49 % to Serbs (Republika Srpska). The travel photo is of a little town in Srpska called Trebinje. I really liked the night time reflection of the old stone houses in the Trebišnjica river against the backdrop of the Karst mountains.

Anne-Sophie Redisch is a freelance writer, traveller, dreamer, negotiator and mum. She has a particular interest in the world’s curious and unsung corners and likes nothing better than hopping off a train in a new city. She blogs at www.sophiesworld.com and tweets as www.twitter.com/SophieR

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