The question is…

The man was crafting and selling copperware in a small shop in one of the overcrowded narrow streets close to the old Bridge of Mostar. He dressed completely in white. Long white hair and beard and a beautiful cap. His age was indefinable: the beard let me think of an elderly, but his eyes were young. Let me say he was around 50. It means that during the siege of Mostar in 1993 he was maybe around 25. Not younger than this- He didn’t speak any other language than his own, and we could interact only with gestures. He behaved

Where it all began (or went to an end)

There is a crossroad of Sarajevo, the capital city of Bosnia and Herzegovina, that was the pivotal point of the history of the modern world as we know it. From this place on 28 June, 1914 Gavrilo Princip assassinated the heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sofia You can read this sentence on a memorial slab placed in the exact point from where, with some gunshots, Gavrilo Princip did his job. The assassination of Franz Ferdinand was the spark that ignited the First World War with all its consequences. The collapse of the empires, the treaty