Mountain Sheepdog Tornjak rests between stecaks at the entrance to the Lukomir village. The village is located on the southern slopes of Bjelasnica at 1495 meters altitude, which makes it most populated place of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the only over 1300 m. Based on stecaks located in the village and dating from the 14th and 15th centuries, it is believed that the village was inhabited and hundreds of years ago.

Mountain Sheepdog Tornjak rests between stecaks at the entrance to the Lukomir village. The village is located on the southern slopes of Bjelasnica at 1495 meters altitude, which makes it most populated place of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the only over 1300 m. Based on stecaks located in the village and dating from the 14th and 15th centuries, it is believed that the village was inhabited and hundreds of years ago.

 85 years old Nura Comor standing at the entrance of her home. She overlooks the road expecting her brother. Winter is coming, the responsible authorities do not care about people in the village. They will unwillingly leave the village Lukomir. She would like to stay in the village during the winter if any person wants to stay, but last three years all villagers leave the village before winter.

85 years old Nura Comor standing at the entrance of her home. She overlooks the road expecting her brother. Winter is coming, the responsible authorities do not care about people in the village. They will unwillingly leave the village Lukomir. She would like to stay in the village during the winter if any person wants to stay, but last three years all villagers leave the village before winter.

 Silhouette of man and the house during the last warm sunny days in the Lukomir village where the villagers are preparing to leave the village before winter.

Silhouette of man and the house during the last warm sunny days in the Lukomir village where the villagers are preparing to leave the village before winter.

 77 years old Ismet Comor speaks why they leave the Lukomir village while his wife Hatidza gives a cup of coffee to youngest son who has come to help them to get ready for the trip.

77 years old Ismet Comor speaks why they leave the Lukomir village while his wife Hatidza gives a cup of coffee to youngest son who has come to help them to get ready for the trip.

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 Mountain Sheepdog Tornjak rests between stecaks at the entrance to the Lukomir village. The village is located on the southern slopes of Bjelasnica at 1495 meters altitude, which makes it most populated place of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the only over 1300 m. Based on stecaks located in the village and dating from the 14th and 15th centuries, it is believed that the village was inhabited and hundreds of years ago.
 85 years old Nura Comor standing at the entrance of her home. She overlooks the road expecting her brother. Winter is coming, the responsible authorities do not care about people in the village. They will unwillingly leave the village Lukomir. She would like to stay in the village during the winter if any person wants to stay, but last three years all villagers leave the village before winter.
 Silhouette of man and the house during the last warm sunny days in the Lukomir village where the villagers are preparing to leave the village before winter.
 77 years old Ismet Comor speaks why they leave the Lukomir village while his wife Hatidza gives a cup of coffee to youngest son who has come to help them to get ready for the trip.
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Lukomir © Midhat Poturovic 9.JPG
Lukomir © Midhat Poturovic 10.JPG

Mountain Sheepdog Tornjak rests between stecaks at the entrance to the Lukomir village. The village is located on the southern slopes of Bjelasnica at 1495 meters altitude, which makes it most populated place of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the only over 1300 m. Based on stecaks located in the village and dating from the 14th and 15th centuries, it is believed that the village was inhabited and hundreds of years ago.

85 years old Nura Comor standing at the entrance of her home. She overlooks the road expecting her brother. Winter is coming, the responsible authorities do not care about people in the village. They will unwillingly leave the village Lukomir. She would like to stay in the village during the winter if any person wants to stay, but last three years all villagers leave the village before winter.

Silhouette of man and the house during the last warm sunny days in the Lukomir village where the villagers are preparing to leave the village before winter.

77 years old Ismet Comor speaks why they leave the Lukomir village while his wife Hatidza gives a cup of coffee to youngest son who has come to help them to get ready for the trip.

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