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Bosnia's cultural symbol reopens in Sarajevo

Iconic neo-Moorish building, which burned down 20 years ago, houses the city government and Bosnia's national library.

Last updated: 09 May 2014 18:18
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Twenty-two years after it was destroyed by Serb shelling, Sarajevo's City Hall has been restored to its former glory and is officially reopening.

The iconic neo-Moorish building is also home to Bosnia's National Library and is considered a symbol of the city.

Al Jazeera's Sonia Gallego reports.

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