Sarajevo, the host of 1984 Winter Olympics, still receives a fair amount of snow in winter. Here, river Miljacka at dusk.
For me, Sarajevo is the city where East meets West. The name is a combination of the Turkish word "saray", which means governor's palace and Slavic ending "evo". One of the earlier names, used at the planning stage, was Seher (pronounced "sheher").
Indeed, at dusk, this war-torn city, looks like a place imagined by the famous storyteller of One Thousand and One Nights.
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina