Former Hotel Igman

Location: Igman, Bosnia & Herzegovina

Completed: 1983

Architect: Ahmed Džuvić

Genre: Brutalist, Socialist architecture, former Yugoslavia

The Hotel Igman was constructed in preparation for the 1984 Winter Olympics, which were hosted by the nearby city of Sarajevo. The six-storey, 162-room property was totally destroyed when its fate became intertwined with events that took place during the Bosnian War (1992-1995). More history attached to the Hotel Igman. More history attached to the Hotel Igman.

Former Hotel Igman in Igman, Bosnia & Herzegovina | Brutalist | Socialist architecture | former Yugoslavia

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