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A dream comes true - Sarajevo cable car runs again after 26 years
by Daria Sito-Sucic
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6 April 2018
On 6 April 2018 Reuters reported:
Edmond Offermann's dream turned to reality after 20 years on Friday when the landmark Sarajevo cable car, destroyed early in Bosnia's 1990s war, resumed services up Mount Trebevic above the capital. The brand new gondola brought joy to young and old alike and not least to Offermann, a wealthy Dutch-born American businessman and philanthropist who was a driving force behind the restoration project. The cable car first went into operation nearly 60 years ago, ranking Sarajevo among the few cities where one could reach pine forests in just 10 minutes from an urban city center.
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[Sarajevo is the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina.]
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