Elementary school where Almasa attended grades 1 through 3.
Inside the mosque.
Grandfather's Ibrahim house.
The main mosque in Donji Vakuf that was rebuilt after the war. The mosque, Baš Džamija, that used to be in the same place (circa 1572) was completely destroyed by Serbian forces.
City center and its main bakery.
Serbian Orthodox Church is vacant most of the time.
The Clock Tower (Sahat Kula, circa 1700) in Donji Vakuf is one of best preserved ones from the Ottoman times.
This building was to be DOM KULTURE "The Center for Arts and Culture" - built mid-1980's and never progressed beyond looking like a "communist bunker" (quoting Steffen).
Serbian Orthodox church
Can you find us on this picture?
Look for sunbrella. :)