One of the darkest chapters of the world during the 1990s was that of the Yugoslavian wars. Canadian soldiers were there as peacekeepers throughout, and a Canadian judge, Louise Arbour, was the chief prosecutor of war crimes committed there. Among her other accomplishments would be time spent as a member of the Supreme Court of Canada.
This is a standard gown used for members of that tribunal.
The way out leads us past a rooftop view of St. Onuphrius Church.
Along the path are large photographs of Canada and Canadians.
This one, with a Canadian soldier interacting with Afghan children, particularly catches my eye.