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King Tvrtko Ist statue in Sarajevo
Tvrtko I Kotromanić was a significant figure in the history of Bosnia. As a ruler, he left a lasting impact on the region, shaping its political landscape and cultural identity. Explore the life and reign of Tvrtko I, and delve into the rich history of Bosnia under his rule. The coat of arms of the...
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Enter Sarajevo’s intriguing universe, where the city’s world-class museums bring history to life. Take a trip through time to discover this thriving city’s rich history. We warmly invite you to tour the Historical Museum and the National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina today. Get ready to be swept up in the enthralling tales they have...
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The walled city of Jajce, Bosnia and Herzegovina, was built on a karst hill above the waterfall of the Pliva River and is the core of today’s town of Jajce.   Jajce Fortress Jajce is a town in the central part of Bosnia and Herzegovina, in the southern part of the area of Bosnian Krajina. The...
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Do you know the story of the Sarajevo Haggadah? Read more about this remarkable manuscript in this post. The Sarajevo Haggadah The Sarajevo Haggadah is a Jewish manuscript illuminated codex, which originates from medieval Spain. It is considered one of the most beautiful books of its kind. The Haggadah is a Jewish text that sets forth the order...
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Did you know that Sarajevo had an electric tram before Vienna? Sarajevo was the first city in the Balkans and in Central Europe to have a tram. Tram in Sarajevo, 1901 A tram is a rail vehicle that travels on tramway tracks on public urban streets. The first tram in Sarajevo was put into service on New Year’s Day...
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Do you know the story about Sarajevo’s Spite house? It is a story about one house and much Bosnian stubbornness. Sarajevo’s Spite house (Inat kuća) “I was on the other side, but I crossed over here, out of spite” (“Bila sam na onoj strani, ali pređoh ‘vamo, iz inata”) is the sign at the entrance...
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A bezistan is a type of covered marketplace or bazaar that was historically found in the cities of the Ottoman Empire. There are currently two bezistans in Sarajevo. One is still a marketplace and the other is a museum. Gazi Husrev Bey’s bezistan in Sarajevo The Ottomans occupied Bosnia and Herzegovina in the 15th century and Bosnia...
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The White Fortress, located on a hill with a spectacular view of Sarajevo and its surrounds, is one of five fortresses built as part of the defensive wall enclosing the old town of Vratnik. The White Fortress, which guards the Sarajevo Valley's eastern entrance, is thought to have gotten its name from the white rocks...
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Blagaj Tekke
The Tekke (khanqah, dervish dwelling), located at the Buna River's headwaters, was and still is a location for dervish Zikr praise-chanting three nights a week. It was constructed on the site of a former Bogomil sanctuary, about which history has no accurate or preserved information. It has been discovered and established through archaeological research that...
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The initial Trebević cable car, or funicular, because it was called by more seasoned Sarajevans, was operational from May 3, 1959, and it was one of the foremost recognizable images of BiH’s capital. The 2,100 meter-long framework associated Bistrik, on the cleared outside of the Miljacka, to Mt. Trebević, “the lungs of Sarajevo” and the...
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