Of the bombed out buildings in Mostar, Bosnia, the national bank is one of the only ones that is ""safe"" to enter. Amongst the shattered glass, twisted metal, and concrete rubble, the walls are covered in street art and graffiti, including expressions of pain, suffering, freedom, and hope. This picture was taken on the top floor of the bank where the roof had completely caved in and one of the walls was missing.
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