The town of Mostar in southern Bosnia is full of contrasts. A stunning river flows through the town centre, alongside ruined buildings covered in bullet holes. Tourists shop for souvenirs and sip their coffees mere metres from a former city park transformed into a heart-breaking cemetery. Minarets climb above the shorter buildings everywhere you turn, while a huge cross dominates a hill overlooking the town.
Mostar is a complicated, beautiful place, and it’s hard not to fall in love with it.