Do you know a story about the last public clock in the world that shows lunar time? No, it is not in some of the Middle East countries, it is in Sarajevo, Bosnia, and Herzegovina. The Sarajevo Clock Tower is located near the Gazi Husrev Bey Mosque and is one of the largest in Bosnia...Read More
There were many inns in the Ottoman Empire. These are unique buildings that served as a kind of free hotel for travelers. Sarajevo also had its inns. In today’s post, you will read something about Morić Han – the only preserved han (inn) in Sarajevo, and about Tašlihan, the han of which the ruins remain....Read More
Monuments to the communist era in Bosnia and Herzegovina are quite common. Two monuments in Sarajevo are particularly famous - the Eternal Flame and the Vrace Memorial Park. Eternal Fire The Eternal Fire is a monument to Sarajevo’s military and civilian victims of the Second World War. This monument was built on April 6, 1946,...Read More
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