Serenity Between Two War Torn Cities

Bosnia and Herzegovina is often thought of a war ravaged nation that got torn to bits by civil war in the 1990s.  That image while true is misleading.

Parts of the country remained untouched for various reasons:  Not interesting to either of the three major sides of the conflict, the terrain was too rough to attack, or the UN stepped in to guard certain areas.

This photo was about halfway between Mostar and Sarajevo.  Both cities saw heavy damage and large death tolls during the war.

  Wonder why this stretch of beautiful mountains seems to untouched and peaceful today?