Sarajevo Trams

People in Sarajevo use public transportation a lot. Trams are very popular. Driving the car is usually used on a longer distances. There are many funny stories and experiences especially while attending the high school and using trams every day.



Sarajevo was the first European City to have city-wide tram service. Trams are part of Sarajevo culture.

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People in the tram, Sarajevo Bosnia

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Sarajevo Tram, Bosnia Photo by Ben Otopalick

I came across of nice Blog about Bosnian Interesting facts Here.

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Sarajevo Tram, Bosnia

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"Let's go Tickets", Tickets for the Tram

Tickets for the tram are in different colors and very simple.

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Trams are traveling along one side of Miljacka river throughout the city.

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  1. This business about the Bosnians being Muslims — it was all just a cover for those who wanted to take their territory. What’s going on is that Serbia and Croatia have always wanted to control Bosnia-Herzegovina for many, many, many years. When the Yugoslav state fell apart in 1991, both Serbia and Croatia simply followed the same path they’ve been following for a very long time: to get their hands on that area. The fact that some of the Bosnians were Muslim, I think, enabled each side to inject a religious element where there shouldn’t have been one.
    ——-
    Old Dominion associate professor of history Lorraine Lees is an American foreign policy expert and author of the 1997 book “Keeping Tito Afloat: The United States, Yugoslavia and the Cold War.”

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