Enjoy beautiful views of Bosnian capital and walk on the streets in hyper-lapse speed!
This video was shot during the VIVA FILM FESTIVAL where Kirill Neiezhmakov was awarded twice for his Rome hyper-lapse.
Kirill shared with us the following details on his video, which was polished using LRTimelapse:
Half a millennium ago in Bosnia, a town nestled in the valley below mountain Trebevic, named after either a palace in the fields or the fields around the palace. Bosnian sanjak-bey Isabeg Ishakovic erected his palace on the left bank of the Miljacka River, built a bridge and founded the bazaar.
Sarajevo has always been an intersection of important roads from Eastern to Western Europe, from the Mediterranean basin to Central Europe and vice versa. “This is a city that, in the context of different historical events, has for centuries been a shelter and crossroads of worlds, with routes to Istanbul, Zagreb, Cetinje – Belgrade, Vienna – Budapest and Jerusalem.” Through history, Sarajevo become a bridge where the Orient and the West both clashed and merged.
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