Sarajevo World Trade Center, 2000

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© Andy Loghin on May 12, 2008

World Trade Center twin towers in Sarajevo, more recently known as UNIS Towers. They were built in 1986, but I don't know their exact height. If anyone knows it, please contribute.

The picture was taken in 2000, 5 years after the war had officially ended. The buildings were still in ruins. The black "windows" on the upper part of the right tower are actually black plastic bags placed in the window frames instead of the normal glass. I don't know for what purposes, perhaps refugees or homeless sought shelter in these buildings. Again, if you have any idea, please contribute.

4ullas on May 23, 2008

Interesting shot of a town I visited in 1979, before the tragic war started and nothing was expected. Thanks for share your interesting gallery. Regards from 4ullas My favourite pics

© Andy Loghin on May 23, 2008

Do you have any pictures from your 1979 trip?

4ullas on May 23, 2008

Yes I have some pictures from that trip to yhe whole former Yugoslavia. Are you interested in any special place?

© Andy Loghin on May 23, 2008

ANY pictures. I'd love to see some if you have them scanned.

4ullas on May 23, 2008

I travelled from Ljubjana, to Zagreb, Sarajevo, Dubrovnik, Kotor, Mostar, Sibenik, zadar and Rjeka. I took many pics and I can scanned for you some. Are you intereted inurban or rural landscapes?

© Andy Loghin on May 23, 2008

Mostly urban. Whichever you like most. :)

Quique Morrique on May 27, 2008

The nickname of this towers were "Mujo" and "Sujo" on behalf of two characters usually involved in popular jokes.

Happy that you shared with us this symbolic photo. Cheers!

Pietro Rapisarda on December 6, 2008

Here you are the towers in the year 2004Andy. Greetings from Italy.


© Andy Loghin on December 6, 2008

thank you very much..its interesting to see:)

Boris Jurišić on September 27, 2009

Nice photo of Sarajevo

Greetings from Serbia


© Andy Loghin on September 27, 2009

Thanks a lot, NoleDjole. I liked them too.. they look more interesting in ruins maybe, hehe

Alberto R. Gomez on April 29, 2010

Hello Andy the towels are totally renewed now, interesting to see in the past. Thanks for share it¡¡

I've added to you in my favourite galleries as well =)


Michele Leonardi on September 28, 2010

Nice shot, and a beautiful architecture. 1 LK

© Andy Loghin on September 28, 2010

Thank you, Michele!

Branko Bajic on March 1, 2011

Hello Andy! The towers you are interested in are 20 stories high, were built in 1986, and severely damaged during the war. Now, they are completely restored. They are more commonly known as Momo & Uzeir. Here is a photo of them, from the Avaz Twist Tower which is 142m tall (on the far left): Momo & Uzeir and a photo of the Tower itself: Twist Tower Photos were made in July 2010. Best regards!

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on May 12, 2008
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    by © Andy Loghin
    • Camera: Canon PowerShot S3 IS
    • Taken on 2007/06/12 19:11:58
    • Exposure: 6.000s
    • Focal Length: 6.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/2.700
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash