Located in the building before which assassin Gavrilo Princip murdered Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife, the establishment many call the "Assassination Museum" is formally known as the Sarajevo Museum 1878–1918. Its displays cover the period from the Congress of Berlin through the end of the Great War. They examine the Ottoman influence, the administration and annexation by Austria-Hungary, local architecture and culture during the period, and, of course, the assassination and event of the First World War.
Here are some images to give readers a feel for what's on display within.
|The Building at the Time of the Assassination|
|The Archduke Approaches, 28 June 1914|
|The Museum Today from the Latin Bridge|
|Detail from the Gallery Above|
|Sarajevo During the Ottoman Period|
|Fan with Cultural and Historical Themes|
|Austro-Hungarian Military Maneuvers Conducted Nearby|
|Marker at the Location of the Assassination|
Images from the website of the Sarajevo Museum 1878–1918