In the Balkans: Sarejevo, Dubrovnik, Ljubljana

Old Sarajevo

Occasionally, I post photographs from friends who are traveling in distant lands or who have evocative images close to home.  This May, my friend Asbed Kotchikian was driving through the Balkans, all of the republics, towns and cities, and beyond to Trieste, Thessaloniki. These photographs are self-expalanatory really in the mesh they reveal of land and sea, town and city, violence and beauty, religious faith and its perversion.

Asbed was kind enough to share his photogrpahs with me and the readers of Passages Home. In a few days, I will post photos from Montenegro.

Thanks, Asbed.  Safe travels, fair winds!

Begov Mosque

Orthodox Church




About Taline Voskeritchian

Writing teacher at Boston University; translator (from Arabic and Armenian); prose writer; occasional editor; incurable wanderer.
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1 Response to In the Balkans: Sarejevo, Dubrovnik, Ljubljana

  1. Reblogged this on Passages Home Blog and commented:

    From May, 2012.

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