The name Krajina was adopted from the Military Frontier of the former Austro-Hungarian Empire. It covers an area of present-day Croatia. It also references a now defunct paramilitary state during the Yugoslavian war, but Serbs use the term to reference where they're from in comparison to other Serbs. This gallery is not political, but a reflection of the slow process of restoration with little resources and infrastructure. I have family members on all cultural sides of the division and it is not easy for all involved. All photos taken in the village of Uzdolje, Croatia, unless otherwise specified.