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A Secret Graffiti Gallery, Hidden In A Former Sniper Hideout

The towering concrete shell of a building in Bosnia and Herzegovina offers an unmatched view of the surrounding area. Those brave enough to enter the derelict structure are in store for more than just a prime vantage point.

The battered building just outside of Mostar served as a bank during the country’s days in the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. There’s no plaque or official acknowledgement of the tower’s infamous history, but its appearance is certainly a reminder of the city’s turmoil in the ‘90s.


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