Props to whoever managed to uproot this bunker in Valbona Valley, Albania. 

Props to whoever managed to uproot this bunker in Valbona Valley, Albania. 

Rooftops in Dubrovnik, Croatia.

Rooftops in Dubrovnik, Croatia.

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Mogilanska Mogila Funeral Offering.

This special armour (a knemis) with expressive eyes and partly striped face was part of funeral offerings found at the Mogilanska Mogila (Mogilanska mound) at Vratsa. Dated to the 4th century BC.

Currently located at the National Historical Museum, Sofia, Bulgaria. Photo courtesy & taken by vintagedept.

ancientart:

Mogilanska Mogila Funeral Offering.

This special armour (a knemis) with expressive eyes and partly striped face was part of funeral offerings found at the Mogilanska Mogila (Mogilanska mound) at Vratsa. Dated to the 4th century BC.

Currently located at the National Historical Museum, Sofia, Bulgaria. Photo courtesy & taken by vintagedept.

Map of Montenegro. Drawn in 1855 by German cartographer Adolph Stieler.

(See the entire map at the source.)

I don’t know what ethnicity to put. I don’t know what to do. I’m still thinking about it. Religion isn’t a problem, but ethnicity is. I don’t know how people in America declare themselves, right? Germans are Germans, so why can’t we be Bosnia-Herzegovinians? It is very complicated, but we should call ourselves like that. That is my opinion, and I still don’t know what to do. I would be happiest if I could call myself ‘Bosnian.’

Carol Guzy, Michael Williamson and Lucian Perkins of the Washington Post won the 2000 Pulitzer Prize for feature photography for their work covering the Kosovo refugee crisis.

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 (Source.)

Macedonia Square, in central Skopje.

Macedonia Square, in central Skopje.

Belgrade Bans Gay Parade Amid Security Concerns
Belgrade.
By photographer Milos Milosevic.

Belgrade.

By photographer Milos Milosevic.

Summer.

By Croatian photographer Ino Zeljak. See the top of this post for the source.

(Source: behance.net)