Somewhere in the Balkans

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The Balkan War of the nineties led to the death of 200,000 people. Beautiful cities like Mostar, Sarajevo, Vukovar and Belgrade were destroyed with their ancient buildings reduced to rublble. Sarajevo was under siege for five years making it the longest capital city to be under siege in history. All proceeds from this print go to funding Territorial Empathy's mission to sheds light on the issues that most affect vulnerable persons in urban areas: women, children, and migrants.


    Museum quality and Free FedEX Shipping.


    Print & Frame Details

    Professionally printed archival print.

    Print Dimensions: 18.0" x 24.0"

    Paper Type: Photo Paper Lustre Finish

    Profile: Varies

    Glaze: Standard

    Instructions and Hanging Hardware: Included

    Framing Price: Varies

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