The World War I completely changed the Central and Eastern Europe. From the ruins of four old empires, a dozen or so new countries emerged and almost all borders were redrawn, often during the course of continued military conflicts, which lasted even until 1923. After having suffered huge losses, the region started rebuilding and modernizing efforts, and the so-called New Europe was established.
The new outdoor travelling exhibition created by the European Network Remembrance and Solidarity (ENRS) focuses on these turbulent years. Over 200 archive and multimedia materials - photos, maps and movies, together with personal testimonies of people who lived back in those times - present a complex yet coherent picture of New Europe established in central and eastern part of the continent after the Great War.
The official opening will take place on November 19 at 1530 hrs at the Cinema City and will be followed by a guided tour of the outdoor exhibition.
The exhibition is both in Bosnian and English languages.