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Starting out: on the top of the Julian Alps, with Italy behind me and Slovenia ahead.
Kamel Ratkusic shows me how Mostar, once the cosmopolitan heart of Herzegovina, is recovering from the destructive war of the 1990s.
A diver leaps from the Old Bridge at Mostar. Its destruction in 1993, after standing for over four centuries, caused international outcry. Faithfully restored to the original plans, it reopened in 2004.
With Mira at one of the best-preserved Roman amphitheatres in south-east Europe, overlooking the city of Plovdiv, or Philippopolis, as it was named after Alexander the Great's father.
Horse and cart racing in Plovdiv's Gypsy community. The supporters' cars terrify the lean horses.
The concrete suitcases of Viinistu remind us of those who had to flee Estonia in the Second World War, including the man whose money created this arts complex.
With three close friends, giving blood at the hirudotherapy clinic.
Waiting at the church door. Traditional Górale wedding in Poland's deep south.
Mariusz and the bridesmaids – one last fling.