KhApZ! said:What will the Bosmal be used for? I love the skyline of the red roof houses on the hills...Gorgeous!
Pavlo said:Wait, has this image been photoshopped? :sly: (No offense meant)
KhApZ! said:Wow, looks good...How is Malaysia involved with the construction...I am of mixed Malaysian background and I recognised "UMNO" on the construction site which is the Malay (Muslim) party in Malaysia...and BosMal = Bosnia Malaysia rite?
KhApZ! said:Wow that is very interesting to know! I had no idea the two countries were that closely related. I have heard stories from my parents of how Malaysia offered visas to Bosnians during the war...It must be due to the common religion of Islam?
Pavlo said:Wow the second picture looks really like HK to me in a certain way. I guess Sarajevo is really booming
ĐaMila said:^ Sarajevo has almost infinite room to grow West, practically to the Croatian border. They'll do that for as long as people are willing to buy homes and live in suburbs 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 minutes from downtown.
Once these homes get harder to sell, they'll start building up within the downtown core. Bosmal City Center will affect this greatly. If it's easy to sell fairly expensive condominiums in the middle of downtown Sarajevo, then others will follow.
Unified Bosnia and Herzegovina in my honest opinion isn't that far. The two sides, Republika Srpska and Federation and Bosnia and Herzegovina, are getting in some ways "closer". The RS is having some problems, and I believe if the situation gets worse with them, then they'll only have one chance to go. Nato and EU are already loosing patience with RS, and I just think it's a matter of time.KhApZ! said:Hahaha imagine Sarajevo extending to the Croatian border =P
After BiH becomes re-unified, will Sarajevo and East Sarajevo merge?