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Background imageRelated Images Collection: Reception of Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria (1830-1916) at the State Railway Station

Reception of Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria (1830-1916) at the State Railway Station on the occasion of
XAM69412 Reception of Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria (1830-1916) at the State Railway Station on the occasion of the Annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, 31st October, 1908 by Schuster

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Street scene in Doboj, northern Bosnia and Herzegovina

Street scene in Doboj, northern Bosnia and Herzegovina, showing a shop selling pots and pans

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Bosnian Crisis. Cover of the French periodical Le Petit Journal, 18th October 1908, 1908

Bosnian Crisis. Cover of the French periodical Le Petit Journal, 18th October 1908, 1908. Private Collection

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Bosnia and Herzegovina - Jajce

Bosnia and Herzegovina - Jajce
Family group taking tea - a charming scene from Jajce, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Zagreb, 1939

Zagreb, 1939
A girl selling apples, Zagreb, Yugoslavia, 1939 (Bosnia and Herzegovina) Date: 1939

Background imageRelated Images Collection: An aerial view of the small eastern city of Kalinovik covered by snow during winter at

An aerial view of the small eastern city of Kalinovik covered by snow during winter at night, February 9, 2012. Europes bitterly cold weather killed another 33 people on Monday

Background imageRelated Images Collection: A Journey into the Herzegovina: Organising an Ambulance Corps, 1876. Creator: C.R

A Journey into the Herzegovina: Organising an Ambulance Corps, 1876. Creator: C.R
A Journey into the Herzegovina: Organising an Ambulance Corps, 1876. Special envoys have been sent to Morocco and Tunis to ask for active assistance in case of need

Background imageRelated Images Collection: A Journey into the Herzegovina: Fire at a Gunpowder Depot at Grahovo, 1876. Creator: C.R

A Journey into the Herzegovina: Fire at a Gunpowder Depot at Grahovo, 1876. Creator: C.R
A Journey into the Herzegovina: Fire at a Gunpowder Depot at Grahovo, 1876. It is reported from Constantinople that the new Government of Sultan Mourad V. will allow an armistice of six weeks

Background imageRelated Images Collection: A Journey into the Herzegovina: Insurgent Hospital at Grahovo, 1876. Creator: C.R

A Journey into the Herzegovina: Insurgent Hospital at Grahovo, 1876. Creator: C.R
A Journey into the Herzegovina: Insurgent Hospital at Grahovo, 1876....the brave though barbarous mountaineers in the highlands of the Adriatic shore are deserving of English sympathy...the kindest

Background imageRelated Images Collection: A Journey into the Herzegovina: Sleeping under Difficulties...1876. Creator: Unknown

A Journey into the Herzegovina: Sleeping under Difficulties...1876. Creator: Unknown
A Journey into the Herzegovina: Sleeping under Difficulties, from a sketch by our special artist, 1876. The Sketches of our Special Artists

Background imageRelated Images Collection: A Journey into the Herzegovina: Starting from Risano, from a sketch by our special artist, 1876

A Journey into the Herzegovina: Starting from Risano, from a sketch by our special artist, 1876. Creator: Unknown
A Journey into the Herzegovina: Starting from Risano, from a sketch by our special artist, 1876. The Sketches of our Special Artists

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The War in the Herzegovina: insurgents surprising a Turkish convoy...1876. Creator: Unknown

The War in the Herzegovina: insurgents surprising a Turkish convoy...1876. Creator: Unknown
The War in the Herzegovina: insurgents surprising a Turkish convoy, from a sketch by our special artist, 1877. It is considered worthy of remark that the insurgent bands were able to hold their

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The War in the Herzegovina: the Battle of January 26...1876. Creator: Unknown

The War in the Herzegovina: the Battle of January 26...1876. Creator: Unknown
The War in the Herzegovina: the Battle of January 26, from a sketch by a correspondent of the "Rousski Mir", 1876

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The War in the Herzegovina: Refugees begging outside an hotel at Ragusa, 1876. Creator: Unknown

The War in the Herzegovina: Refugees begging outside an hotel at Ragusa, 1876. Creator: Unknown
The War in the Herzegovina: Refugees begging outside an hotel at Ragusa [Dubrovnik], 1876. The Delegations of Austria and Hungary were opened on Monday

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The War in the Herzegovina: Battle of January 20....1876. Creator: Unknown

The War in the Herzegovina: Battle of January 20....1876. Creator: Unknown
The War in the Herzegovina: Battle of January 20. from a sketch by the correspondent of the "Rousski Mir", 1876....the Turks gained a victory, but were not able to profit by it

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The War in the Herzegovina: sketches by our special artist, 1876. Creator: Unknown

The War in the Herzegovina: sketches by our special artist, 1876. Creator: Unknown
The War in the Herzegovina: sketches by our special artist, 1876....some ordinary incidents and habits of campaigning life during the irregular warfare of the past six months in those rugged

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Herzegovinian Refugees at Ragusa, from a sketch by our special artist, 1876. Creator: Unknown

Herzegovinian Refugees at Ragusa, from a sketch by our special artist, 1876. Creator: Unknown
Herzegovinian Refugees at Ragusa, from a sketch by our special artist, 1876. In the interview which Baron Rodich had, a fortnight ago, at Ragusa [Dubrovnik], with the principal insurgent leaders

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Distributing Charitable Funds to the Herzegovinian Refugees at Ragusa...1876. Creator: Unknown

Distributing Charitable Funds to the Herzegovinian Refugees at Ragusa...1876. Creator: Unknown
Distributing Charitable Funds to the Herzegovinian Refugees at Ragusa [Dubrovnik], from a sketch by our special artist, 1876

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The War in the Herzegovina: the Correspondents of the 'Rousski Mir' and the... 1876

The War in the Herzegovina: the Correspondents of the "Rousski Mir" and the... 1876. Creator: Unknown
The War in the Herzegovina: the Correspondents of the "Rousski Mir" and the "Illustrated London News" on their way from Risano to Peco Pavlovitch's camp at Piva, 1876

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The War in the Herzegovina: Council of War at Peco Pavlovitch's Camp, from a sketch by... 1876

The War in the Herzegovina: Council of War at Peco Pavlovitch's Camp, from a sketch by... 1876. Creator: Unknown
The War in the Herzegovina: Council of War at Peco Pavlovitch's Camp, from a sketch by our special artist, 1876. Crsto Pavlovitch; Bogdan Simonitch; Milovan Bochkovitch; Lazar Sotchitza; Peco

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The War in the Herzegovina, 1876. Creator: Unknown

The War in the Herzegovina, 1876. Creator: Unknown
The War in the Herzegovina, 1876. The fortress of Goransko, the village of Piva, and the battle-field of Muratovitza from sketches...by our Special Artist, Mr

Background imageRelated Images Collection: A Journey into the Herzegovina: Hiring Guides at Grahovo, 1876. Creator: C.R

A Journey into the Herzegovina: Hiring Guides at Grahovo, 1876. Creator: C.R
A Journey into the Herzegovina: Hiring Guides at Grahovo, 1876. A pause seems to occur just now in the military conflict between the insurgents

Background imageRelated Images Collection: St. Bon Ossko, butcher shop, Herzegovina, between 1895 and 1910. Creator: Unknown

St. Bon Ossko, butcher shop, Herzegovina, between 1895 and 1910. Creator: Unknown
St. Bon Ossko, butcher shop, Herzegovina, between 1895 and 1910

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Le Terrain de l'offensive; Le massif du Sokoi et, a droite, la crete du massif du Dobropolje

Le Terrain de l'offensive; Le massif du Sokoi et, a droite, la crete du massif du Dobropolje, 1918 Creator: Unknown
Le Terrain de l'offensive; Le massif du Sokoi et, a droite, la crete du massif du Dobropolje, 1918. From "L'Album de la Guerre 1914-1919, Volume 2" [L'Illustration, Paris, 1924]

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Slovania, Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina with borders

Slovania, Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina with borders
Color satellite image of Slovania, Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, with borders

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Croatia

Croatia
Color satellite image of Slovania, Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Bosnia and Herzegovina with mask

Bosnia and Herzegovina with mask
Color satellite image of Bosnia and Herzegovina, with mask

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Bosnia and Herzegovina with borders

Bosnia and Herzegovina with borders
Color satellite image of Bosnia and Herzegovina and neighbouring countries, with borders

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Bosnia and Herzegovina with borders and mask

Bosnia and Herzegovina with borders and mask
Color satellite image of Bosnia and Herzegovina, with borders and mask

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina
Color satellite image of Bosnia and Herzegovina and neighbouring countries

Background imageRelated Images Collection: A crater is seen in Sanica, near Sanski Most

A crater is seen in Sanica, near Sanski Most January 17, 2014. The area was once a cottage with a small lake, a fish pond and some trees

Background imageRelated Images Collection: An aerial view of Nevesinje, which has gone without water

An aerial view of Nevesinje, which has gone without water
An aerial view of the isolated city of Nevesinje, which has gone without water and electricity for the past five days after power lines

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Aircraft fly past with the crescent moon and planets Venus

Aircraft fly past with the crescent moon and planets Venus and Mars visible in the sky in central Bosnia February 20, 2015

Background imageRelated Images Collection: A meteor streaks past stars in the night sky above medieval tombstones during the Perseid

A meteor streaks past stars in the night sky above medieval tombstones during the Perseid meteor shower in Radimlja near Stolac, Bosnia and Herzegovina, August 12, 2019. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic

Background imageRelated Images Collection: A woman releases a balloon into the air during the 20th anniversary of the closure

A woman releases a balloon into the air during the 20th anniversary of the closure of the Omarska detention camp in Omarska, August 6, 2012

Background imageRelated Images Collection: A meteor streaks past stars in the night sky above medieval tombstones during the

A meteor streaks past stars in the night sky above medieval tombstones during the Perseid meteor shower in Radimlja near Stolac, Bosnia and Herzegovina, August 12, 2019

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The moon is reflected in the sea in the town of Neum

The moon is reflected in the sea in the town of Neum August 27, 2012. From July, tourists and truckers will have to cross the external borders of the EU to go from one part of Croatia to another

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Adriatic Coast, Neum

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Adriatic Coast, Neum

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Trebinje, Republika Serbska

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Trebinje, Republika Serbska

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Europe, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Medjugorje. Easter egg in front of St. James Church

Europe, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Medjugorje. Easter egg in front of St. James Church

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Europe, Balkans, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Medjugorje

Europe, Balkans, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Medjugorje. The statue of the Virgin Mary on the apparition hill

Background imageRelated Images Collection: A tree stands near fog over the central Bosnian town of Vitez on the Lisac mountain

A tree stands near fog over the central Bosnian town of Vitez on the Lisac mountain range during sunset November 17, 2013

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Trebinje, Bosnia and Herzegovina - Muslim Carpet Dealership

Trebinje, Bosnia and Herzegovina - Muslim Carpet Dealership
Trebinje, Republika Srpska entity, Bosnia and Herzegovina - Muslim Carpet Dealership shop. Date: circa 1920s

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Bosnia and Herzegovina Postcard

Bosnia and Herzegovina Postcard
The card is entitled Correspondez-Karte and the countries are identified as Dopisnica. It has light brown printing on dark buff board with a printed 2.25 Nov stamp. Date: 1879

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Nationalist agitation in Serbia (colour litho)

Nationalist agitation in Serbia (colour litho)
2779460 Nationalist agitation in Serbia (colour litho) by French School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Nationalist agitation in Serbia. Women learning how to handle rifles)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The awakening of the Eastern Question (colour litho)

The awakening of the Eastern Question (colour litho)
2779447 The awakening of the Eastern Question (colour litho) by French School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The awakening of the Eastern Question)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The Resurgence of the matter of Oriental countries and the Balkans

The Resurgence of the matter of Oriental countries and the Balkans
XEE4408827 The Resurgence of the matter of Oriental countries and the Balkans, cover illustration from Le Petit Journal, 18 October 1908 (colour engraving)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Events in the Balkans (colour litho)

Events in the Balkans (colour litho)
2779448 Events in the Balkans (colour litho) by French School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Events in the Balkans)



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