The fancy restaurant in Andrićgrad is Zlatna Moruna, somewhat hidden away above the Turkish Square. This is high-quality cuisine in an extremely pleasant setting, but it might just be trumped by the curious illustrations that fill the walls. These aren’t your standard portraits, oh no, these are unusual scenes of poets, politicians and patrons in various states of existence. The curiosities don't end with the walls, indeed they start with the name itself — ‘Zlatna Moruna’ being the name of the kafana in Belgrade in which Gavrilo Princip and the other members of Mlada Bosna used to meet to discuss their plans. History, art, great food. We’re in.