Once one of the six federal units forming the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and declaring its independence after the resolution of the country in 1990, Bosnia Herzegovina, is a country which has suffered a lot in recent history and survived a genocide in the middle of Europe. Its population is still trying to recover from the effects and to bandage its wounds after the war of 1992-1995. Despite the trauma the people look to the future with hope. The population of the country is over 4.5 million.
11 Mayıs 2016 Çarşamba
“The beauty of one's words comes from the attentiveness and empathy of the listener.” Rumi.
Konya, one of UNESCO’s World Heritage sites, has been the haunt of dervishes and pilgrims throughout history. Once the capital city of Anatolian Seljuk Sultanate, Konya is now a modest town. It has a cozy and welcoming feel and is well known for its local cuisine.
Let me tell you about a country very far away. The country, once a Dutch colony, is made up of thousands of islands in the Pacific Ocean, has one of the highest exports in paper, is extremely rainy, has a fruit named “salak,” has an unbelievably high volume of motorcycles with traffic driving on the left, and is also the place with the highest Muslim population in the world… Yes, I am talking about Indonesia.