Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Saint Josip’s church


Saint Josip’s church in Sarajevo is the work of the architect Karlo Paržik, who is the author of many other historical buildings of Sarajevo. Karlo Paržik was born in 1857 in Czechoslovakia but he died in Sarajevo 1942. He was only 26 years old when he came to Sarajevo.
I took this photo on my way to work last Tuesday morning around 7.00 o’clock. It looked so beautiful lighted up from the floor on that rather gloomy morning.
Please, click on the photo to enlarge it.

8 comments:

Kerri said...

I LOVE old churches. This one is BEAUTIFUL! and I do love that light shining on the bottom.

photowannabe said...

The lighting really gives the old church a lot of depth. It has beautiful architechure.

Wolfgang said...

Nice angle and lighting!

Bergson said...

I can't see the photo

MedaM said...

Bergson, how do you mean you can't see the photo?

Bergson said...

today I see your photo!

Very succeeded. I adore a little pink stone of your church

joy said...

What a beautiful church!

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Max-e said...

Great photo MedaM. I like the way you have captured the sun light on the church