I'm in Sarajevo and considering a visit to Srebrenica, where there was an attempted genocide (link to Wikipedia). I know there's a memorial, but is there anything else to actually see there? Specifically, historical sites -- eg related to the genocide, the Balkan wars, etc.
I've been to other places where there were massacres /attempted genocides. For example, the killing field at Choeung Ek and the S-21 museum in Phnom Penh together can take a full day to see. But if the memorial at Srebrenica is just a monument, and there's nothing else to see, I'm not sure it's worth the effort of getting myself there and back.
(Note: I can decide for myself if I should go there, or it it's "worth" seeing. I just want to know what, if anything, there is to see.)