The location of Bosnia and Herzegovina (green) in Europe
Sephardi Jewish couple from Sarajevo in traditional clothing. Photo taken in 1900.
Tuzla town, 1897
Rabbi Judah Alkalai and his spouse Esther in Vienna in 1874
Tuzla Canton Government Building in flames during the 2014 unrest in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The Sarajevo Ashkenazi Synagogue in 1914 on the banks of the Miljacka
Tuzla valley (coal mines, lakes, airport)
Laura Papo Bohoreta
A small bridge that indicates the crossing from the area of Korzo to the Pannonian lakes.
Interior of Sarajevo's Old Temple (before 1940)
Pannonian Lakes during winter time.
Oskar Danon during practice with the Maribor Symphony Orchestra in 1961
Main park of Tuzla, located next to the Pannonian lakes and the area Korzo.
Sven Alkalaj, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina from 2007 until 2012.
Statues of Meša Selimović and Ismet Mujezinović
The Sarajevo Haggadah
WizzAir, main airline, airplane taxiing after landing in Tuzla International Airport.
Interior of Sarajevo's Ashkenazi Synagogue
Public fountain and city mosque
Synagogue in Doboj
Seal of Tuzla county, 1850–1923
View from the Old Jewish Cemetery, Sarajevo
Seal of Tuzla town, 1850–1923
Former rabbinic seminar in Sarajevo
Tuzla salt mine, 1897
Višegrad Synagogue (1905-1941)
Third Yugoslav partisans' Corps marching through liberated Tuzla in October 1943.
Višegrad Synagogue and train tunnel, 1910
Yugoslav-time industrial plants in Tuzla
Bijeljina Synagogue (1900-1941)
Tuzla Power Plant
Banja Luka Synagogue (1884-1941)
Work Affair and Residential building in the center square of Tuzla.
Site of the proposed Mostar Synagogue
High scale building at residential zone Stupine.
Sarajevo's Old Temple (Kal Vježu)
Business center, as well as the main Muslim Religious center.
Sarajevo's New Temple (Kal Nuevo)
Trg Slobode
Sarajevo's Bjelave (Mejtaš) Synagogue (Kal di la Bilava)
WWII memorial
Sarajevo's Ashkenazi Synagogue
Panoramic view of the Mellain Hotel building from the Pannonian Lakes.
Postcard of Il Kal Grande between 1932 and 1941
King Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud Mosque.
Sarajevo's Jewish Cemetery in a 1900 print
The grave of Rabbi Moshe Danon chief Rabbi of Sarajevo (1815-1830), Located in Stolac, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Jewish cemetery in Rogatica

7,000 miners from Tuzla, Breza and Zenica in central Bosnia, participated in the strike in the village of Husino in Tuzla.

- Husino rebellion

In Bosnia and Herzegovina, Tuzla is also regarded as one of the most multicultural cities in the country and has managed to keep the pluralist character of the city throughout the Bosnian War and after, with Bosniaks, Serbs, Croats and a small minority of Bosnian Jews residing in Tuzla.

- Tuzla

The Husino uprising took place in 1920.

- Tuzla

Sephardic Jews have certainly had a stronger role in BiH, given that only in Sarajevo, Banja Luka and Tuzla separate Ashkenazi communities were active, whereas Tuzla was the only city in which the Ashkenazi were numerous (there Hilde Zaloscer was born).

- History of the Jews in Bosnia and Herzegovina

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