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Maurizio Gjivovich | italy, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Picture of Military since 1960 / Jugoslovenska narodna armija

By overwriting the memory through those historical names that have made this country great, Bosnia and Herzegovina always represents the idea of the union of the great Yugoslavia.

I've been going for years since 1997, telling at different times about the ugliness of war and its meaning, and after 25 years from the end of that terrible period, I realized the only argument belonging to all was their Yugoslavian identity. Folk/popularsongs from the 70s, up to the more contemporary ones, are sung in the smoky places of a Sarajevo that has been reconstructed through the unique identity that only she represents.
The Bosnia of the peasants, of the young people, of their daily life who seek an identity of nation with dicfficulty; many times the word BRAT (brother) resounds in the speeches of the youngest, but above all, for those who suffered that war.

©Maurizio Gjivovich

Strada Torino 389 Ivrea TO Italy / www.gjivovich.com




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