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First the Bricks, then the Soul
New Sunday Times
18 October 1992.
(A Bosnian refugee)
ZAGREB: The Serbian academic dissident Bogdan Bogdanovic said:
“Serbian fascism is especially dangerous because it originates in the rural areas, and feels no responsibility for the architecture of towns.”
Their criminal attack on urban areas has been especially directed towards Bosnia-Herzegovinian towns, mainly the Muslim ones of Foca, Visegrad, Zvornik, Sarajevo, Srebrenica, Brcko, and the old towns of Prusac.
Bosniak and Croatian architectures of value in Mostar have been especially attacked and religious buildings — mosques, abbeys, Catholic churches, graveyards, and other sacred places, have become particular targets. Read the rest of this entry »