After the war, this Jewish cemetery, which dates back to the s and has over three thousand graves sites within, became inaccessible due to mortars and land mines which were laid during the war. The street itself got its name after these artisans —brava means lock. Well-marked hiking trails wind through the woods on all sides of the city, meaning a hiker could walk out its eastern edge, head north and west along a ridge, and end up back on the other side of town that afternoon.
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Also, you can always find a local guide to avoid any misunderstanding and use your vacation time in a best possible way. In April the gondola came back in operation and visitors have returned to Trebevic to explore its scenery and hikes and 32 gondolas decorated in the colours of the Bosnian flag and the Olympics make the 2km ride from the city centre. If you want to drive, this is certainly a scenic route.