Posted on: Tue, May 7, 2024
Category: Documentary
Description: Crossing the narrow Kulovića Street in Sarajevo was also dangerous because snipers from surrounding hills targeted it. People in Sarajevo had to be careful not to be hit by snipers or hit by the rare cars passing through the streets when crossing the street. Snipers, or criminals who targeted Sarajevans, remained a mystery because it was difficult to understand the motive to kill civilians, often children. They called them idiots and other derogatory names. As Kulovića Street represented a constant danger to life because of snipers, a wall was erected there during one period of the siege to protect citizens passing through. That wall inspired one of the city's residents to write one of the most famous wartime graffiti simply saying: Pink Floyd.ny inhabitants.
Archival Holding: Library Hamdija Kreševljaković Video Arhiv Sarajevo

Archival Collection: Kreševljaković siblings' collection